Time versus timelessness. Make the most of your stay in Alice Springs and experience the landscapes and culture that will nourish your soul. See, laugh, hear, walk, ride or just howl at the moon. And that's only day one.
The town of Alice Springs is brimming with art and cultural sites, museums, and enough bars, restaurants and cafes to keep you revved up until the wee hours. So why not choose from one of our great itineraries and delve into the rich history and unique culture of Alice?
National parks and walking rails
Flanked by the West MacDonnell Ranges and Finke Gorge National Parks, this region is the perfect spot for outdoor sports and adventure tours. Take one day or seven and add the world famous Larapinta Walking Trail to your list. The lesser-known East MacDonnell Ranges offer great walking trails, camping, and spectacular gorges.
Spend some time with the friendly and knowledgeable local tour guides and learn about the ways of the Arrernte people of this spiritual region. Hunt for 'bush tucker', hear stories from the Dreamtime and dance up a storm in the red dirt.
Locally owned and operated Aboriginal cultural tours are a must for any visitor. Central Aboriginal Experiences, located in the Alice Springs CBD, gives you a choice of over 13 indigenous cultural tours to experience.
History and hers
Indoors or out, town or country, Alice Springs is steeped in history. Visit the many historical sites dotted around the region and be sure to include the Old Ghan Heritage Museum, the Central Australian Aviation Museum, Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve, and the National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame.