Whether you are taking a short break or stop over in Alice Springs on your outback road trip. There are places you could visit while in Alice Springs.
For people who love wildlife, Alice Springs Desert Park is definitely the place you wouldn’t want to miss. Only 10 minute from the Centre of Alice Springs. Discover 30 rare and endangered desert animals of the night and meet the thorny devil.
Alice Springs is the cultural centre of Aboriginal arts. Town Centre is lined with commercial galleries dealing in Aboriginal art. Mbantua Art Gallery and Cultural Museum has the largest collections of Aboriginal art in Australia. Take light refreshment at one of many trendy café at Todd Mall.
Another must see attraction is The Royal Flying Doctor Service in Alice Springs. Get insight into the history of the service by listen to the life-size hologram of RFDS’ founder John Flynn. 100% of all profits made from tours, purchases in the café and from online store going straight to the replenishment of aircraft and medical equipment. Certainly a feel good trip, you won’t be disappointed.
Late in the afternoon, walk up Anzac Hill for a panoramic view of the town and watch the sunset.