The terrain is rugged, the air is dry and the wilderness is raw. Alice Springs is uniquely Australian. Located in the middle of the Northern Territory, Alice embodies Australian culture and delights at every turn. Visiting Alice Springs will surprise you, excite you and leave you with a clearer outlook on what it is to be alive. The history and culture is thick within Alice Springs, an experience each and every traveler and Australian should experience at least once in their lifetime.
Home to the most famous monolith in the world; Uluru (Ayers Rock), this enormous landmark stands 348 metres high and has a total circumference of 9.4kms. It is breathtaking, no, it is more than breathtaking, it’s life altering. Once you have camped under the endless stars within this amazing location, your life will change forever. It’s a truly touching experience, one that you must simply do.
Alice Springs’ grandeur does not end at Uluru though. Whilst there, make sure you walk the Larapinta Trail. Its 223 kms of breathtaking terrain and is known as one of the greatest walking experiences in the world.
No visit to Alice would be complete without the experiencing first hand Australia indigenous culture, the world's oldest indigenous culture. Think ancient rock art trying your hand playing the didgeridoo.
ULURU (AYERS ROCK) | LARAPINTA TRAIL | MCDONNELL RANGES | TODD MALL | DIDGERIDOO LESSONS