Alice Springs may be a remote desert town, but it’s filled with rich history, culture and lots to see and do. It’s one of the main gateways into the Northern Territory, and is often used as a base for exploring Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Flight time is only a few hours from most other Australian cities.
Known to locals as ‘Alice’, the town is situated between the East and West MacDonnell Ranges. One of the largest towns in the region, international tourists and Australians from other states flock here for its Instagram-ready desert landscapes, unique outback adventures and aboriginal cultural experiences.