A must for the bucket-list is a visit to Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. You will never believe what you can discover in the middle of your own country! Stay at Aurora Alice Springs, offering convenient accommodation in the heart of Alice Springs! Read on to discover our checklist for every sight you have to see in Alice Springs.
Follow the Desert Art Trail
Learn about Aboriginal art by visiting the art galleries of Alice Springs. The region is the heart of Australian Aboriginal art and is nationally and internationally acclaimed for producing some of the country’s biggest names and most renown art. Follow the Art Trail to discover paintings, sculptures, fabrics, blankets and jewellery.
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Visit The Kangaroo Sanctuary
Iconic to Alice Springs, The Kangaroo Sanctuary is a place to celebrate the beauty of the Red Kangaroo. Take a guided sunset tour where you will experience a leisurely walk through the Sanctuary’s 188 acre wildlife reserve where you might meet the kangaroos. This is the ultimate Alice Springs sigh to see!
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Take a Camel Ride
Let the original heroes of the outback carry you into the West MacDonnell Ranges and give you unique perspective on the region. Pyndan Camel Tracks offer a range of tours where you can view some breathtaking scenery. You can get up close to the wildlife including wallabies, kangaroos, lizards and native birds. The only way to see the outback in our opinion!
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Visit Simpsons Gap
Just 18 kilometres from Alice Springs along Larapinta Drive is Simpsons Gap, a spectacular gorge with a permanent waterhole at its base. One of Outback Australia’s most memorable experiences and is a great way to cool off!
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Header Image via The Guardian