Central Australia

Located in the heart of Australia, Alice Springs makes the perfect place to base yourself when exploring some of the many spectacular attractions in the region.

Encompassed by a breadth of lands immense in size and ancient in origins, Alice Springs is your entry point to a variety of contrasting landscapes, that also holds some of Australia’s unique and significant icons, offering unique experiences for visitors and those with plans to stay.

Alice Springs offer a number of great attractions, from those based within the town limits to those further out. Check out our listing of Alice Springs (and Central Australia) attractions:

ALICE SPRINGS Town Attractions

More information on attractions coming soon…

  • ANZAC Hill / Untyeyetwelye
    A special place to the Aboriginals, the site of the ‘ANZAC Hill War Memorial’ and a popular lookout across the Alice Springs region.
  • Araluen Cultural Precinct | Araluen Arts Centre | Art Galleries and Theatre
    A number of fascinating attractions in one unique location, including the Araluen Arts Centre (incorporating the Albert Namatjira Gallery), Museum of Central Australia and Aviation Museum.
  • Gathering Garden
    Located in the heart of town (in front of the Alice Springs Town Council), is this opened air public art and garden. Although only small, it provides a place to sit and contemplate. With trees and shrubs providing shade, this is a site of poetic beauty.
  • Megafauna Central
    showcases the unique megafauna that roamed Central Australia 8 million years ago. Mega fauna displays, exhibits and interactive activity for the children.
  • National Road Transport Hall of Fame
    Road and rail transport history of Central Australia.
  • Olive Pink Botanic Garden
    An Arid Zone Botanic Garden in the Northern Territory.
  • Royal Flying Doctor Service Alice Springs Tourist Facility
    Find out how we provide medical services to outback isolated areas.
  • Women’s Museum of Australia and Old Gaol Alice Springs
    (formerly The National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame)
    Dedicated to celebrating and preserving the place of women in Australian history.