Things to do in Alice Springs
Alice Springs is a remote town in Australia’s Northern Territory, halfway between Darwin and Adelaide, both 1,500km away. It’s a popular gateway for exploring the Red Centre, the country's interior desert region. If you are looking to indulge yourself into the Australian culture, you will be amazed by the vast amount of vintage buildings and equipment at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve. A must see during your stay in Alice Springs is the Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre, which is owned by actual Aboriginals. Here you will be able to see beautiful art and hand crafted items made by the Aboriginals, the original inhabitants of Australia. Alice Springs also has some parks and gardens that you can visit. Very close to the city is the West Macdonnell National Park, which is a big natural reserve where you can go for an amazing walk. From Alice Springs, it is also possible to easily visit other tourist attractions in the region.
Alice Springs Desert Park
The Alice Springs Desert Park is an environmental educational facility that is perfect to go to with your family.
Alice Springs Reptile Centre
The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is a fun place to visit with your friends or family, in case you are looking for a fun day out. Where you can have a look at all of the reptiles that Alice Springs has in store for you.
The Larapinta Trail is the perfect place to visit if you are into hiking. With its stunning scenery, you are sure to have a great time viewing the surroundings while also getting some good exercise.
- Alice Springs Desert Park
- Alice SPrings Reptile Centre
- Olive Pink Botanic Garden
- Larapinta Trail
- Todd River