Alice Springs Reptile Centre

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  • A Town Like Alice: Half-Day Tour of Alice Springs

    1. A Town Like Alice: Half-Day Tour of Alice Springs

    This afternoon you’ll learn how the town of Alice Springs has evolved into the central hub of the Australian outback. Your driver guide will provide details along the way as you visit historical sites and some of the essential services delivered from Alice to the community of this vast region. The first stop is the Alice Springs School of the Air which provides education to primary aged school children living on remote properties throughout the Northern Territory. Learn how this essential service is delivered via satellite across more than one million square kilometres. Alice Springs Telegraph Station: Built in 1872 to relay messages between Darwin and Adelaide, the historic Telegraph Station is the site of the first European settlement in Alice Springs. After 60 years of operation, the premises then served as a school for the local Aboriginal children...

    This excursion exceeded my expectations. Joe was an excellent tour guide & the 5 destinations were all very good. School of the Air &. the Flying Doctor are unique outback institutions. Perhaps the most entertaining place was the reptile park, where the handler is both educational & a great character!

  • Alice Springs: Town Highlights and West MacDonnell Ranges

    2. Alice Springs: Town Highlights and West MacDonnell Ranges

    Depart Alice Springs to explore The West Macs, stopping at the historical Flynn’s Grave Memorial, the founder of the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Next up, travel to Simpsons Gap, featuring towering cliffs and a permanent waterhole. The site is significant to the Arrernte people as being the home of giant goanna ancestors. Following that, take a walk to spot black-footed rock wallabies and take magnificent photos. You'll then visit Standley Chasm. Traditionally known as Angkerle Atwatye, this is an important cultural place which is sacred to women's dreaming in Aboriginal culture. Take a 1.2-kilometer walk to access the dramatic 80-meter-tall rock-face, and on the way there or back, note the unusual features of the natural landscape. The unique micro climate in this valley has created some distinctive features, such as ancient cycads and a myriad of rock types and pebbles that are thousa...

    The bus drive was fantastic if he did all the tours I went on I would be extremely happy thanks for a threat day

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 39 reviews

This excursion exceeded my expectations. Joe was an excellent tour guide & the 5 destinations were all very good. School of the Air &. the Flying Doctor are unique outback institutions. Perhaps the most entertaining place was the reptile park, where the handler is both educational & a great character!

very nice tour. The guide / driver has everything explained super, very sympathetic. The individual starting points were very informative. would book it again and again.

Plenty of information and time to check out the places we visited, our guide, Jerry, had a great deal of local knowledge and was a very good communicator.

Great trip. The pools were relieving to the temperature. I was the only one on the tour and the guide made the experience friendly.

The bus drive was fantastic if he did all the tours I went on I would be extremely happy thanks for a threat day