Encounter the enormity of the Australian bush, as well as its secluded places, from chasms and gorges to pristine waterholes, each with its own dreamtime story.
Picturesque cliffs and a waterhole surrounded by bush mark the entrance to the West MacDonnell Ranges. Enjoy views back over Alice Springs and across the ranges.
Discover nocturnal creatures of the desert, learn the survival skills of the Arrernte people and walk alongside kangaroos and emus in this nature park.
Hike over rocky gorges to secluded waterholes and up the slopes of Mount Sonder, then Camp beneath the stars and wake for a desert sunrise.
Explore this fantastic group of museums and galleries to experience the unique history, art and indigenous culture of the Alice Springs region.
Arrive at this lookout point at sunset to see Alice Springs as you’ve never seen it before, spread out far below against the pinks and reds of the evening sky.