Alice Springs has both European and Aboriginal
influences. Historic buildings such as Adelaide House,
the Overland Telegraph Station and the Old Courthouse
and Residency are a must see.
The Todd Mall in the main
part of town displays aboriginal art and crafts in its
numerous galleries for a one of a kind purchase.
Alice Springs sits by the
usually dry Todd River and is surrounded by the
Macdonnell Ranges and a red sand desert that lies for
100s of kilometres in all directions.
The Red Centre Way
is a great way to experience all of the natural wonders
between Alice Springs and Kings Canyon.
Another way to
experience the stunning landscapes is the Larapinta
Trail, a network of trails to natural sites such as Glen
Helen Gorge, Simpsons Gap and Ormiston Gorge.
Alice Springs is also known for the personality of its
locals which has spawned such unique events as camel
races, Beanie Festival and Finke Desert Race.
modern large town with great hotel and resort
accommodation and complete services services for the
Accommodation in Alice Springs ranges from hotels,
resorts and apartments.