Alice Springs Attractions

Also known as Mount Olga or The Olgas, Kata Tjuta are a group of large rock formations, located approximately 25 kilometres from the famous red rock itself, Uluru. Translated from the indigenous Abori...
Disappearing into the skies in a big balloon stands as one of life’s unforgettable experiences in itself, but instead of the usual picturesque blue and green scene, why not try outback ballooning, bei...
Home to Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek Big Hole and Ormiston Gorge, the West MacDonnell National Park, located west of Alice Springs, encloses a vast section of the MacDonnell Ranges. Each...
Encompassing some of Australia's most iconic outback scenery, the MacDonnell Ranges stretch for hundreds of kilometres wither side of Alice Springs. Home to many amazing natural attractions such as Si...
Kings Canyon is situated within the Watarrka National Park, 450 kilometres south west of Alice Springs. Standing 270m high, the six kilometer walk around the rim of the canyon boasts spectacular views...
A boat race with no water, held up by contestants who have to run through a dry waterbed - did we mention the Henley on Todd Regatta was just one of the very typical events you will find in Alice Spri...
The Larapinta Trail is an exciting long distance walking track through the West MacDonnell National Park. The trail runs for 223 kilometres along the backbone of the West MacDonnell Ranges from Alice ...
Located 110 kilometres east of Alice Springs, the historic town of Arltunga was officially Central Australia's first town and once supported up to 3000 people. Arltunga was born out of a gold rush in ...
Steep cleft in the MacDonnell Ranges. A photographer's delight as sheer walls reflect vibrant colours when struck by sunlight.
History, Lifestyle, Innovation... Immerse yourself in history, learn about outback lifestyle, discover world-class innovations and be inspired by what has been and continues to be one of the most un...
The original Alice Springs. The spring itself was named by surveyors of the overland telegraph line in 1871 after the wife of the SA Superintendent of Telegraphs, Sir Charles Todd. The station feature...
Colourful gap in the ranges with good wildlife viewing. Visitor Centre, barbecues and toilet facilities.