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Alice Springs

In the heart of Central Australia, discover stunning landscapes, remote communities, and a unique pioneering history in Australia's most famous outback town - Alice Springs.

A thriving, spirited outback centre, Alice Springs is as famous for the personality of its locals and contemporary and traditional art as the natural wonders, including the stunning Larapinta Trail and the MacDonnell Ranges, which surround it… A diverse and exhilarating destination to explore.

Discover Australia’s Red Centre from Alice Springs, a hub for Aboriginal art, pioneer history and famous outback events. Explore Uluru-Kata Tjuta on camel back or Harley Davidson or with a gourmet dune top dinner. Explore Kings Canyon, West MacDonnell Ranges, Simpson Desert and Devils Marbles on journeys like the Red Centre Way, Larapinta Trail and Explorers Highway.


Central Australia is home to abundant wildlife. 'Big Reds' bouncing through the outback is quintessential Australiana.

Spot kangaroos and wallabies, dingos and unique reptile life, such as the thorny devil.

There are accommodation options for all visitors in Australia's most famous outback town. Choose from comfortable bed and Breakfasts, luxury resorts, self-contained cabins, hotel chains, serviced apartments, backpacker hostels, or pitch a tent or park your van at one of the holiday parks close to town. For something different check in for a night or two on an historic working cattle station.

If you like a view ask for a room that looks out at the red gums on the banks of the Todd River or the MacDonnell Ranges, which stretch out east and west of the town.

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