Destination: Alice Springs

View, Seemingly Never-ending galaxies, Aboriginal History, Historic Town and a World Heritage Site.
As a tourist destination, Alice Spring and Surrounds is a contrast by its vast interior, deep gorges, remote desert landscapes dotted with Aboriginal communities and the mysterious, endless outback.
The locations of Alice Springs and its Surrounds is what makes it appealing and unique. The town of Alice Springs is 1,500kms from the two major cities of Adelaide and Darwin.
A unique way to view Australia’s vast interior is to travel on the private tourist train – The Ghan – that runs between Darwin and Adelaide which stops at Alice Springs.
The town is set within the largest area without light in the world, with stargazers able to stare in awe at the galaxies every night during their stay.
Places of interest include Alice Springs Desert Park with its local flora and fauna, including camels, as well as talks on traditional Aboriginal peoples’ use of plants for food and medicines. Adelaide House, the Old Timers’ Museum and the Residency are fascinating for their glimpse into outback history, and the Aviation Museum displays old aircraft used by the Flying Doctor service.
There are many natural attractions like the UNESCO World Heritage site of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with its magnificent Uluru/Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta rock domes.
A Daily Flights to Alice Springs for all Australian capital city airports.

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