Hotels in Alice Springs

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Find Places to Stay in Alice Springs

Experience the heart of Australia in Alice Springs, known for its vibrant Aboriginal culture, historic sites, and stunning landscapes. Visit the renowned Alice Springs Desert Park, explore the historic Telegraph Station, or experience the unique outback nightlife under a star-studded sky.

Alice Springs, in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, is a hub of Aboriginal art and natural beauty. Explore the MacDonnell Ranges, visit the historic Telegraph Station, or take a balloon ride over the desert at sunrise. Alice Springs serves as a base for exploring the iconic Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The region’s rich Aboriginal culture, rugged landscapes, and unique flora and fauna make it a must-visit destination.

Alice Springs has amazing indigenous culture, national parks, and outdoor adventures.


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Must-see historical sites in Alice Springs include the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve, School of the Air, and the Alice Springs Reptile Centre.

Alice Springs offers scenic helicopter flights and hot air balloon rides, allowing visitors to admire the stunning landscapes, including the iconic red rock formations of the MacDonnell Ranges.

Alice Springs attracts people with its unique outback setting and proximity to iconic landmarks like Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).