10 Places to visit from Alice Springs Northern Territory Australia

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Best 10 Places to visit from Alice Springs Northern Territory Australia

Alice Springs is the beating heart of Australia’s Red Centre and a popular gateway to exploring the interior desert region, the mighty Outback.  Making Alice Springs your base, explore the many rugged attractions of the Northern Territory!

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1. The MacDonnell Ranges

Enjoy nature, hiking, bush walks, 4 WD tracks, freshwater swimming and camping in this 800-million-year-old Aboriginal land that stretches out in a caterpillar-like formation on each side of Alice Springs!

For information on West MacDonnell National Park please visit; https://nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves/

2. Cutta Cutta Caves and Nature Park

Descend 50 feet down into the million-year-old limestone cave system to explore its wonders.  Be inspired to take the self-guided Tropical Woodland Walk and spot more than 170 bird species and meet the rare bats that live here. 

For information on this park please visit; https://nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves/

3. Uluru

The magnificent sunsets and sunrises over the sacred mountain of the Aboriginal people, the walks and wildlife spotting, the Aboriginal culture connected to Uluru and its rich displays, the field of light and star-gazing experiences, all complete your memorable experience at the Red Centre of Australia.

For more information on Uluru please visit this website; https://parksaustralia.gov.au/uluru/

4. Kata Tjuta National Park

The camel, motorbike tour or the scenic flight over the Kata-Tjuta National Park will let you enjoy the astonishing beauty down below.  The cultural centre and the cultural tour will give you the most incredible indigenous cultural experiences, including viewing boomerang throwing.

For more information on this park please visit this website; https://parksaustralia.gov.au/uluru/

5. Kings’ Canyon

Walk through crevices, vertical walls and plateaus to explore the ancient lost city, majestic amphitheatres and the beautiful Garden of Eden!  The adventurer in you will love the 4WD safaris and quad bike tours! Curl up under a million stars and await the mesmerizing sunrise from atop Kings’ Canyon.  

For more information on Watarrka National Park that houses Kings’ Canyon please visit this website; https://nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves/

6. Devil’s Marbles

Marvel at the amazing geological formations like giant marbles as you take guided short walks and engage in ranger-guided activities at this locale, that is home to one of the oldest religious sites in the world.  

For more information on Devil’s Marbles please visit this website; https://nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves

7. Simpson Desert Red Sands

The Simpson desert 4WD tours are ready, but not for the faint-hearted! Cross the largest parallel sand dune system in the world in an adrenalin-pumping adventure!  

For more information on the Simpson Desert Conservation Park please visit; https://www.parks.sa.gov.au/find-a-park

8. Palm Valley

Tour the fertile oasis of Palm Valley in the midst of the scorching outback, accessible only by 4WD vehicle.  See spectacular rock formations, white sands and an oasis of rock pools and palm trees.

For more information on Finke Gorge National Park that houses Palm Valley please visit this website; https://nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves

9. Watarrka National Park

Bushwalking and wildlife spotting are the special features of the Watarrka National Park!  Get involved in many interesting ranger-guided activities that help you understand the geological features as well as the rich culture of the Aboriginal community that lives in this region.

For more information on Watarrka National Park, please visit the following website; https://nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves

10. Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) National Park

Take the scenic and informative boat cruise along the network of gorgeous waterways through the Katherine Gorge from Nitmuluk National Park.  The short walks between the 13 separate gorges allow you to see more of the picturesque landscape!

For more information on Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) National Park, please visit this website; https://nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves/

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