One of the popular activities and highlights at the Alice Springs Desert Park is the Nocturnal House. Here visitors can see endangered animals that are often hard to see in the wild and those that are only active at night. Take your time as you walk around the Nocturnal House spotting some of Central Australian reptiles, invertebrates, rare and endangered creatures of the desert night.
As well as a place to escape the heat of summer for a couple of hours, the Nocturnal House also has toilet facilities and limited service vending machines.
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