Nestled in the heart of the Red Centre, Alice Springs is a bustling town that provides a stark contrast to the rolling red scenery that surrounds it. Throughout its historic streets, you can tuck into delicious local fare and check out the collection of attractions where you can encounter the town’s indigenous past and its eclectic selection of art.
Alice Springs is influenced heavily by the remote and wild scenery that surrounds it, as well as the myths and legends that have pervaded the region for centuries. It forms a popular base for exploring Australia’s outback, where Uluru and the Kata Tjuta National Park lie within easy driving distance.
And, outside of Alice Springs, you can marvel at the mesmerising landscapes, hidden communities, and its surrounding attractions. Hotspots including the Larapinta Trail and the MacDonnell Ranges draw in hikers and nature-lovers from all over the world who are on the hunt for jaw-dropping views and an intimate encounter with Australia’s surreal beauty.