Feed the wild rock wallabies then take the shuttle into town to feast on alluring food and culture, returning to rest in your dorm, lodge or caravan.
Heavitree Gap Outback Lodge is situated on the southern entrance to Alice Springs. Snuggled into the base of the magnificent MacDonnell Ranges, Heavitree Gap Outback Lodge offers a truly unique Australian outback accommodation experience. Enjoy views of the spectacular ranges from the comfort of this welcoming and relaxing hotel. Located minutes from Alice Springs' heart makes this an ideal stay to explore both the town and surrounding outback such as the spectacular MacDonnell Ranges, Standley Chasm and Simpson's Gap.
On site is the Heavitree Gap Tavern, where you can enjoy wonderful food and entertainment Every evening a colony of black-footed rock wallabies can be fed at the lodge - a popular activity for guests of all ages.
Visit Adelaide House Museum dedicated to pioneering days of Alice Springs and is home to memorabilia and photos from this time. Holding some of the most interesting cultural and historical experiences in Alice Springs with seven registered Aboriginal sacred sites and trees of significance, the cultural precinct is an essential part of a holiday in Alice Springs. Or for an outback adventure, trek to Alice Springs Desert Park and native flora and fauna and spectacular natural landscape.