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Tangentyere Artists

16 Fogarty St, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Email: arts@tangentyereartists.org.au
Website: www.tangentyereartists.org.au
9133891 Phone Number: 61 08 8951 4232

Tangentyere Artists is an Aboriginal art centre renowned for its paintings and local seed jewellery, which is produced by over 400 town camp residents. The styles of work produced at Tangentyere Artists are varied and reflect the cultural diversity of its artists, who represent over 20 Central Australian languages. You will see acrylic paintings on canvas as well as painted recycled metal objects and wooden surfaces that depict traditional motifs through to highly contemporary modern depictions of life. Tangentyere Artists is dedicated to improving social justice and maintaining the traditional cultures of town camp residents through its art support, arts training and workshops and marketing services. Tangentyere Artists is owned and directed by the Tangentyere Council. It is located in Alice Springs across from council headquarters.

Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve

97 kilometres south of Alice Springs, via Stuart Highway, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Website: www.nretas.nt.gov.au/national-parks-and-reserves/parks/find/rainbowvalley
9000653 Phone Number: 61 08 8951 8250
Fax Number: 61 08 8951 8259

Marvel at the ancient landscape of the aptly named Rainbow Valley - sandstone bluffs and cliffs with exposed bands of coloured rock. These free standing cliffs form part of the James Range, and are a favourite subject of photographers who capture their varied shapes and colours at dawn or dusk when the rainbow-like rock bands are highlighted. There are unmarked trails for bushwalking around the bluff area and to other locations along the range The reserve is also rich in evidence of Aboriginal occupation. You will see rock engravings or petroglyphs and paintings as well as grinding stones and stone tool chips, especially around the hills and ridges. The coloured rock bands in the sandstone cliffs were caused by water. The red iron of sandstone dissolved and was drawn to the surface during the dry season. This dark red capping is hard and weathers slowly, whereas the softer white sandstone below erodes quickly into loose sand. Weathering and erosion are also responsible for the valley shape, where sandstone blocks have been eroded into rock faces and squared towers. Access is for four-wheel drive vehicles only.
A camping and picnic area is provided.

Ironwood Arts, Alice Springs Area, Northern Territory, Australia

Ironwood Arts

Lot 7801, Brumby Road, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Email: jd@ironwoodarts.com.au
Website: www.ironwoodarts.com.au
9117424 Phone Number: 61 08 8952 7993
Fax Number: 61 08 8952 7993

Located in beautiful surrounds, Ironwood Arts specialises in contemporary indigenous fine art and have a local understanding and knowledge of Central Australia art. Artwork is bought directly from well known and emerging artists and all artwork sold comes with a photograph of the artist and a certificate of authenticity. Please contact Ironwoods Arts to arrange a time to browse through their galleries and experience Central Australia’s beautiful Aboriginal art.

Mulgara Gallery, Uluru Area, Northern Territory, Australia

Mulgara Gallery

Sails in the Desert Hotel, Yulara Drive, Yulara, Northern Territory, 0872
Website: www.ayersrockresort.com.au/mulgara/
9032701 Phone Number: 61 08 8957 7352
Fax Number: 61 08 8957 7312

Mulgara Gallery opens a rare window into the unique world of Australian and Indigenous arts and crafts. Located in the foyer of Sails in the Desert Hotel at Ayers Rock Resort in the Northern Territory, Mulgara Gallery offers a superb selection of Australian hand-crafted glassware, pottery, textiles, metal and leather work. The gallery features renowned artists such as Chris Pantano, whose glass work has won numerous awards and received national and international recognition. There is an extensive range of Central Australian indigenous art representing different regional styles, including Central Desert dot painting from Papunya and Mt Allen, colourful body art from Utopia and artefacts such as didjeridus, rainsticks and other tribal instruments. This fine collection of Australian Opal and coloured diamond jeweller is inspired by the colours and textures of the arid land and the fossils of inland sea. Every month, Mulgara Gallery has an 'artists and craftsperson in residence' program, including popular indigenous artist, Maureen Nampitjinpa Hudson, who exhibits and sells her work worldwide. This program provides a unique opportunity to meet and watch these talented artists at work.

Alice Springs School of the Air, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Alice Springs School of the Air Visitor Centre

80 Head Street, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Email: visitorcentre@assoa.nt.edu.au
Website: www.assoa.nt.edu.au
9000567 Phone Number: 61 08 8951 6834
Fax Number: 61 08 8951 6828

A virtual journey in 'The World's Largest Classroom' will leave you enlightened and inspired. The film and guide presentations reveal stories about the school and its students, sharing a distinctive history, outback lifestyle and world-renowned innovations of this uniquely Australian school. Take the opportunity to visit Alice Springs School of the Air and be inspired by what has been and continues to be one of the most unique methods of education in the world. Open Monday to Saturday 8.30am to 4.30pm, Sunday and Public Holidays 1.30pm to 4.30pm. Last entry is 4pm daily. Closed Good Friday and check our website for opening hours over the Christmas and New Year period. FEES APPLY with family rates.

Araluen Mountain Bike Trails, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Araluen Mountain Bike Trails

Alice Springs Kampari Scout Hall, off Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Email: visinfo@tourismca.com.au
9134579 Phone Number: 61 08 8952 5800

Araluen Mountain Bike Trails includes more than 15 kilometres of dedicated single mountain bike track and an extensive network of fire trail set amongst the West MacDonnell Ranges. The trails are unlike any other in Australia due to the arid rangeland terrain, ideal for mountain biking. The trails are managed by the Central Australian Rough Rider Mountain Bike Club, who are dedicated local mountain bike rider with a strong commitment to social, recreational riding, trail development and junior rider development. Regular social rides depart from the Alice Springs Scout Hall at the corner of Larapinta and Lovegrove Drives on Wednesday nights. Trails are suitable for a range of riders, with loops available for juniors and novice riders. Trail use is free for all Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) members and members are cover by the MTBA insurance policy while riding on the trail network. Non members are not covered, but can participate in social rides for a AUD5.00 a day license. For information, a map and times, contact the Tourism Central Australia or visit the facebook group, Alice Springs Mountain Bike Trails.

Tnorala / Gosse Bluff Conservation Reserve - Alice Springs area

Tnorala/Gosse Bluff Conservation Reserve

175 kilometres west of Alice Springs, via Hermannsburg, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Website: www.nretas.nt.gov.au/national-parks-and-reserves/parks/find/tnorala
9000608 Phone Number: 61 08 8951 8250
Fax Number: 61 08 8951 8290

The Tnorala/Gosse Bluff Conservation Reserve is a place of international scientific interest as well cultural significance to the Western Arrernte Aboriginal people. Located about 175 kilometres from Alice Springs, it is also the site of a huge crater. Take the short walk to a lookout at Tylers Pass on the adjacent ridge for a good vista of the landscape. Rising 180 metres above the desert, the crater is an astounding five kilometres in circumference. Much of the crater has eroded away, with the original bed of the crater now two kilometres below the surface. The crater was created approximately 142 million years ago, when a huge comet struck Central Australia, leaving one of the largest impact craters in the world. The reserve is of great significance to the Western Arrernte Aboriginal people, who believe Tnorala was formed when a group of women danced across the sky as the Milky Way. During this dance a mother put her baby aside in its wooden baby carrier. The carrier toppled over the edge of the dancing area and crashed to earth where it was transformed into the circular rock formation of Tnorala. Camping and fires are not permitted within the reserve.

Mulga Camp, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Mulga Camp

38 kilometres along the Larapinta Trail, starting from the Alice Springs Telegraph Station, West Macdonnell Ranges, Northern Territory, 0870
Website: www.nretas.nt.gov.au/national-parks-and-reserves/parks/walks/larapinta
9104234 Phone Number: 61 08 8951 8250
Fax Number: 61 08 8951 8290

Mulga Camp is located along Section 2 of the Larapinta Trail, a 223 kilometres walking trail that follows the rocky spine of the West MacDonnell Ranges from Alice Springs west to Mt Sonder. Mulga Camp is a good place to take a break or pitch a tent and stay the night. Mulga Camp is located about 13 kilometres west of Simpsons Gap, and is only accessible on foot. About a kilometre before you walk into Mulga Camp, the trail passes a low rise where small dykes of whitish pegmatite outcrop from the brown schist. The camp is located on an alluvial creek flat and gets its name from the grove of tall mulga trees that shade the site. Further along the trail, west of Mulga Camp, you will cross a ridgeline with spectacular panoramic views of Mount Lloyd.

You can discover what it's like to be inside one of our aircraft and look inside a replica fuselage of a Pilatus PC12.

Royal Flying Doctor Service

8 to 10 Stuart Terrace, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Email: reservations@flyingdoctor.net
Website: www.rfdsalicesprings.com.au
9000834 Phone Number: 61 08 8958 8412
Fax Number: 61 08 8958 8490

Learn the history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and Rev John Flynn its founder.. Today's visitors have the opportunity to see exactly what it is like to be inside a full-size replica of a modern PC 12, a part of the exciting new collection. Other highlights include touch screen portals that provide insight into the lives of RFDS personnel, a 70-seat theatre, a café, conference and function facilities. The 'Doc Shop' retail store within the Tourist Facility has also been expanded and now sells a wide range of souvenirs, books, clothing, jewelry, gifts and DVDs. An innovative line is a selection of co-branded RFDS and R.M. Williams clothing that has the Bush Outfitter's famous Longhorn logo displayed beside the RFDS' insignia. The Café serves a range of sumptuous foods and fabulous coffee. Don't forget to take a look at the Art Gallery located in the Café. This recent addition features Aboriginal and Contemporary style paintings by renowned Australian artists. Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service Alice Springs Tourist Facility and WEAR YOUR SUPPORT to help keep the Flying Doctor flying. The last tour commences at 4pm.

Giles Track, Kings Canyon, Northern Territory, Australia

Giles Track

Watarrka National Park, Kings Canyon, Northern Territory, 0872
Email: larapinta.trail@nt.gov.au
Website: www.nretas.nt.gov.au/national-parks-and-reserves/parks/walks/gilestrack
9105643 Phone Number: 61 08 8951 8250
Fax Number: 61 08 8951 8290

The Giles Track is a 22-kilometre walking track located within Watarrka National Park. This two-day hike offers the chance to experience impressive natural landscape and wildlife, indigenous history and culture, and the heritage of Central Australia. The rewards of this walk include dramatic views across wilderness that remains virtually unchanged since first described by Ernest Giles. Trek through beautiful valleys, beehive-shaped sandstone formations, and across rocky watercourses. Scattered across the range and just waiting to be discovered are many grinding stones, stone blades, stencilled art and petroglyphs, as the flat, rocky plateau made for relatively easy and safe travelling for Aboriginal people. Native wildlife to spot includes spinifex pigeons, rock-wallabies, euros, goannas and pythons. The Giles Track is named after the first European to explore the George Gill Range in 1872. It follows the southern rim of the range from Kings Canyon to Kathleen Springs, although it can be walked in either direction. It is recommended as an overnight hike for experienced bushwalkers of average fitness. Alternatively, access from the Lilla car park via Tjintjit Tjintjit Spur allows those on a tighter schedule the chance of a day walk in either direction.