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Because of its central location and its nearby red-coloured rock-formations and the red-sand desert area, the town is also called the Red Centre. It is a nice place to stay and it has, despite its flock of tourists, been able to maintain its authentic character. The town itself has some interesting sights to explore, such as the telegraph station, the botanical garden and the Spencer and Gillen museum. It is also a good place from which to explore the outback with its camel farms, the famous Ayers Rock (respectfully called Uluru, it's original Aboriginal name) and several nature parks.
Maybe you are more familiar with Alice Springs than you know. This is the town where ‘Priscilla, Queen of the Desert’ did some groovy dancing. This is also the place where you can check out the Royal Flying Doctors Base, the medical service that lends medical assistance to those that live at remote places. And yes indeed, it was the inspiration for the famous television series. (However, don't be disappointed when you don't bump into doctor Tom or nurse Kate.)
There are many great activities to do in Alice Springs from visiting the Reptile Centre, Quad Biking, Camel Tracks, Emu runs, Aboriginal culture centre and a Casino. What is great about Alice Springs is you have plenty of exciting things to do for the family.
Alice Springs provides various accommodation from lodges, backpackers, hotels and apartment accommodation. When planning your trip it is important to consider short term or long term accommodation.
Accommodation in Alice Springs
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