Alice Springs

In the heart of Central Australia is Australia’s most famous outback town – Alice Springs. The township is surrounded by the MacDonnell Ranges, a great base to explore surrounding regions. Alice Springs’ desert lifestyle has inspired several unique events, such as the Alice Desert Festival Camel Cup, the Henley-on-Todd Regatta, Beanie Festival and the Finke Desert Race.

Depart Alice Springs and travel past the West MacDonnell Ranges. Continue through Owen Springs Reserve and stop at Finke River for morning tea. Continue into Finke Gorge National Park and the oasis of Palm Valley. It is home to a diverse range of plants such as the rare Red Cabbage Palm that can onl
Travel beside the West MacDonnell Ranges, stopping to visit John Flynn’s grave. As the founder of Australia’s Royal Flying Doctor Service, Reverend John Flynn is considered to be one of Australia’s greatest outback heroes. Continue into Simpsons Gap, keeping a look out for native wildlife. Arr
Situated close to the very centre of Australia, Alice Springs is the country’s best-known outback town. This half day tour of ‘The Alice’ begins at the Royal Flying Doctor Service Base and the School of the Air, two uniquely Australian organisations that provide medical care and education to p
Travel from Alice Springs to Uluru (Ayers Rock) aboard a luxury coach. Take in the rugged desert landscapes of the region, passing through the beautiful MacDonnell Ranges. Stop at the Camel Farm and learn about the impact camels had in opening up Central Australia. You have the opportunity to ride a