Find places to go and things to do in the Northern Territory's capital city with the help of our itineraries.
Alice Springs – known to locals as simply "Alice" – is the beating heart of Australia's Red Centre. It's a great base for exploring the natural wonders of the Northern Territory's outback, including Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon, the West MacDonnell Ranges and their iconic Larapinta Trail, the red sands of the Simpson Desert and the haunting sight of the Devils Marbles. It's also a fascinating spot to explore Australia's Aboriginal culture.
Itineraries for Alice Springs and surrounds
10 days of waterhole hopping in the Northern Territory
10 days of memorable Aboriginal experiences
Articles on Alice Springs and surrounds
Uluru: 5 reasons to visit Australia's Red Centre
April 1, 2016 marks the beginning of a year-long term of Bruce Munro's internationally acclaimed art installation, Field of Light at the base of Uluru. The epic art-piece will be on show until 31 March 2017, giving you plenty of time to start planning your dream trip to the Red Centre, and while you're here, there are plenty of other unforgettable experiences that only Uluru can offer.Add to my sales tool kit