Reviews Alice Springs
This is more of an environmental education facility than a park which aims to enlighten the tourists about the aspects of surrounding desert region. The park is spread over 1300 ha of land consisting of native flora and fauna of the region.
Alice Springs Reptile Centre
Alice Springs Reptile Center is environmental education facility and reptile centre in Alice Springs. This center houses a large collection of reptiles from the Northern Territory including Frill-necked Lizards, Thorny Devils, Perentie Goanna; ... More snakes of different kinds like pythons, venomous snakes include Death Adders, Inland Taipans, Brown Snakes and Mulga Snakes.
MacDonnell Ranges are long chain of mountains running about 644 km situated in the centre of Australia. The ranges are rocky and famous for their red quartzite gorges and peaks. Attractions which are close to these ranges are Emily Gap, Jessie Gap on the east of Alice Springs and Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm on the West of Alice Springs.
The population of the town is 26,486.
Alice Springs is at an equal distance from Adelaide and Darwin and almost near the Geographical center of Australia.
The climate of Alice springs hot and dry throughout the year with very cold nights in the winters during July/August.
The city has a number of festivals and events scheduled during the year so tourists ... More can plan their holiday to coincide with these like the Finke Desert Race, Camel Cup tournament or Alice Springs Beanie Festival.
The city has many trendy shopping centers, dining facilities providing a perfect starting point from where tourists can visit natural wonders which include Uluru and get to know more about the local Arrernte Aboriginal tribal groups who inhabited the place for more than 20,000 years.
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