Whether you are staying for a day or a week, we’ve got you covered to make the most out of your time with us.
24 hours in Alice Springs
This handy itinerary will help you make the most of your 24 hours in Alice Springs.
Discover what the locals love about this bustling town and get up close and personal with local wildlife, visit historic landmarks, get acquainted with the thriving café culture and immerse yourself in the traditional and contemporary local Aboriginal art.
Parrtjima festival, Alice Springs, Australia. 5/4/2019. Images courtesy Parrtjima / NTMEC. Artist: James Horan
International Gaps Photoshoot 2014. Copyright: Shaana McNaught 2012
Couple enjoy a cool down on a day trip to Ellery Big Hole, West MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs region. Copyright: © Peter Eve
3 Days in Alice Springs
Alice Springs is your basecamp to adventure. Less than 3.5hrs flight from most capital cities in Australia, it is also easily reachable by road or by the legendary Ghan train. This three-day itinerary will introduce you to the vibrant and modern city set against the backdrop of the magnificent MacDonnell Ranges. You’ll be drawn into the rich history of the town, and the ancient and prominent Aboriginal art and culture.
7 Days in Alice Springs
Be amazed and discover the beauty of the desert landscape. This seven-day itinerary will take you on a journey through the surrounds of Alice Springs where you’ll come up close with local wildlife, visit historic landmarks and waterholes, and see the Red Centre from a bird’s eye view.
You’ll be introduced to Aboriginal desert art traditions and its famous artists, as well as unique bush food experiences and modern culinary delights. Discover the beauty of the MacDonnell Ranges and learn that the desert landscape is anything but barren.
Ballooning the outback, Alice Springs. Copyright: Matty Pyle/Tourism NT
Parrtjima festival, Alice Springs, Australia. Artist: James Horan
5/4/2019. Images courtesy Parrtjima / NTMEC
Amphitheatre, Palm Valley, Central Australia. Copyright: Steve Strike/Tourism NT