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Guide to Alice Springs

Alice Springs

Located in the heart of Australia's red centre, Alice Springs is as remote as one can get. Nevertheless, this remoteness only adds to the city's stunning beauty, as the many desert landmarks and natural splendour surrounding Alice Spring are always ready to entertain and awe. The city rests upon the Stuart Highway, which is the main access road that vertically crosses Australia. Therefore, excursions to nearby sites like the McDonnell Ranges and Rainbow Valley, and many other world-renowned landmarks further afield, are not hard to undertake. Simply hire a campervan from Alice Springs, and a journey of a lifetime will begin. This is one of the most underrated holiday destinations in Australia.

Attractions

Todd Mall is the heart of the city, boasting a plethora of indigenous art galleries, restaurants and other services. It's also the best place in the city to meet people. In the early morning, at dusk, or even at night, venture up Anzac Hill, where great views of Alice Springs, the desert landscape and starry sky await. It's only a few minutes walk from Todd Mall.

For a deeper look into the history of the outback, spend an hour or two at the Old Timer's Museum. It rests just outside the city, in the Old Timer's Retirement Village. The museum provides information about the first non-indigenous settlers in the area, and offers some very insightful and intriguing exhibits.

A fantastic day-trip from Alice Springs is Rainbow Valley, which is an area of stunning sandstone and other rock formations. It stands just 100kms south of the city. In addition, many tourists take a drive to the East McDonnell Ranges, which lay east of Alice Springs. A smorgasbord of gorges, rock features and other natural landmarks reside within this beautiful pocket of the Northern Territory.

Camping at Alice Springs

Discover the beauty of the Red Centre by day, and rest by night at theMcDonnell Range Holiday Park . Boasting a pool and other convenient facilities, this site is just to the south of Alice Springs.

In the heart of Alice Springs is Stuart Caravan Park. The location makes it easy to get out of the city, or stay in and explore what Alice Springs has to offer.

Wintersun Cabin and Caravan Parkis only two kilometres outside the heart of Alice Springs. It includes an in-ground swimming pool, office amenities, and clean bathroom facilities.

Driving Alice Springs

The main highway that cuts through Central Australia is the Stuart Highway. It is very well maintained, but be wary of cars in the areas just outside Alice Springs, as speeding is common. Also, the main roads are bitumen, but as travellers get further off the beaten track, gravel and sandy trails, which require four-wheel-drive vehicles, become more prevalent. Even in this part of Australia, driving with a blood alcohol level of more than 0.05mg/ml is illegal.

  • Speed limits in the city: 50-60kph.
  • Speed limits on national roads: 110kph.
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