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Touring the spectacular landscapes of Central Australia is far more than a sightseeing holiday: its an adventure, an escape, and a time of personal discovery.

You are in awe as the first light of day turns the grey monolith of Uluru /Ayres Rock a deep, smouldering red. You are dwarfed by the thirty-six brooding, domed rocks of Kata Tjuta / the Olgas: you marvel at how the Devils Marbles balance silently and precariously, as they have for millennia. You stand on the red cliffs of Kings Canyon, gazing down into the fresh pools of blue water, surrounded by its garden of prehistoric cycads.

Its all here, waiting for you to experience, explore and enjoy - please see a list of tours and attractions below.


Kelly's Ranch


RIding Lessons @ Bush Tucker Trail Rides.





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Easy Carwash Alice Springs


The best place in town to wash your car open 24 hours a day.




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Tourism Central Australia Visitor Information Centre


Central Australia is a destination that is full of adventure, culture and amazing natural landscapes. Add the Red Centre to your #BucketList




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Central Land Council


The Central Land Council is a statutory authority governed by 90 Aboriginal people elected from communities in the southern half of the Northern Territory.




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Alice Springs Cinemas









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Trail Station


The Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve is situated 4 km north of the Alice Springs town Centre along Herbert Heritage Drive off the Stuart Highway. Alternatively, there is a walking and cycling track into the Reserve along the banks of the Todd River known as the Riverside Walk.





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Mt. Ebenezer Roadhouse and Gallery



Mount Ebenezer or ‘Mount Eb’, as the locals call the place is conveniently located roughly half way between Alice Springs and Uluru so is an ideal spot to make your base while you explore Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Watarrka (Kings Canyon).

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Explore Kata Tjuṯa on an adventurous walk to the Valley of the Winds. Be amazed by the Red Centre’s outback scenery at sunset while enjoying wine and nibbles. Rise early to watch the first rays of the sun set Uluṟu alight before a cultural base walk.

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Kangaroo Sanctuary


The Kangaroo Sanctuary, Alice Springs is the home of Brolga, the star of the TV show Kangaroo Dundee, featured on BBC and Animal Planet. The Sanctuary is a  ninety acre wildlife reserve of untouched bushland, where Brolga's mob of twenty five kangaroos live....

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Alice Springs Helicopters


The only way to see the majestic MacDonnell Ranges

Rates from $205 per person with transfers and no additional costs.No set timetable, fly when you want to

Specialist charters are available on request...

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Araluen Cultural Precinct


The Araluen Cultural Precinct includes the Museum of Central Australia, the Strehlow Research Centre, the Central Australian Aviation Museum, Central Craft and the Araluen Arts Centre.

The Araluen Arts Centre displays aboriginal and contemporary Art, is home to the Albert Namatjira Gallery and presents regular Arthouse Cinema screenings and live theatre.

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Alice Wanderer


Alice Wanderer Centre Sightseeing is based in Alice Springs and offers small group tours to Uluru - Ayers Rock- Kings Canyon and around Central Australia.

Alice Wanderer is Nationally Accredited, locally owned and operated by Craig Cotterill, who's family are one of the pioneers of tourism in the Northern Territory

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Skydive Uluru

Skydive Uluru are the only tandem skydiving operation that skydives right next to Uluru (Ayers Rock).  Operating all year round, you can experience the thrill of skydiving in the 'red centre' of Australia. Take home a once-in-a-life-time momento of your jump so you can re-live the adventure of leaping out of a plane right next to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata-Tjuta ( More Info


Professional Helicopter Services


If seeing just Uluru from a helicopter wasn't enough!! 

Make sure you see it all while you are here on this once in a lifetime trip by combining the beauty of Uluru and Kata Tjuta in one unforgettable flight. ​


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Alice Springs Golf Club

The Alice Springs Golf Club is a friendly place to play golf and learn the game. Participants of all ages and abilities are welcome. With their friendly atmosphere you are sure to enjoy your golfing experience. Visitors are always welcome to enjoy the Course, Clubhouse facilities and views. More Info


Ormiston Gorge and Campground

Ormiston Gorge is located 135 km west of Alice Springs. Access is via Larapinta and Namatjira Drives. The Visitor Centre is approximately 8kms from the Ormiston Gorge turn-off on Namatjira Drive. Sealed roads provide access by conventional vehicles. All roads can be impassable for a short period after heavy rain. More Info


Outback Cycling Bike Hire Uluru


Outback Cycling is a locally owned business based at the Trail Station in the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve. We also operate at Uluru (Ayers Rock) from February through to November. We're big believers that one of the best ways to see Central Australia is by bicycle; we strive to offer cycling products that allow people to experience the nature and raw beauty of this spectacular and remote part of Australia




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Uluru Camel Tours


Award-winning Uluru Camel Tours is an owner operated tour business based in the Red Centre of Australia showcasing 25 years of passion of all things camel!

We offer a camel experience that can’t be beaten anywhere in Australia, with the world heritage area of Uluru and Kata Tjuta as our stunning backdrop.

Our farm is situated at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort and is open all year round for visitors to come and have a short ride and explore our camel museum and saddlery. It is home to 50 friendly working camels who visitors fall in love with! Guests leave with lifelong memories of Uluru and the Outback.

If you are looking for the ultimate way to experience this beautiful desert region that no one else can offer come and visit us when you’re in the Red Centre

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Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre


The Arlpwe Art & Culture Centre was officially opened on 27th June 2008 in Ali Curung, Northern Territory, Australia.

The name Arlpwe (pronounced Arlboe) was chosen for the Art Centre by the traditional land owners of the country on which Ali Curung is situated.

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Emu Run


Emu Run pride themselves on customer satisfaction, offering the type of tour you would expect, with no hidden extras, and they are happy to go that extra mile so you experience true outback service and hospitality.

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Alice Wanderer


Alice Wanderer Centre Sightseeing – established since 1994 – operates half and full day guided small group tours in and around Alice Springs.

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D.I.Y Tour Guide


DIY Tourguide gives you the freedom to stop where you want, when you want. How is that for a guide! If you choose to make a stop for lunch, take a 4 hour hiking trek, or even go on a camel ride, DIY Tourguide will wait until you are ready to get on the road again.

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Located Alice Springs and Yulara (Uluru Airport) 

There’s no better way to experience the Territory than in an Avis car – offering you a car, a people mover or a 4wd that suits your needs. Call them and you will experience that famous ‘We try harder’ service.

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Sounds of Starlight Theatre


Located Alice Springs  

“The Didgeridoo Show Outback” has earned a reputation as one of Central Australia’s most memorable live shows! 

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Alice Springs Reptile Centre


Alice Springs Reptile Centre opened in January 2000 and showcases Northern Territory reptiles. More than 100 reptiles of over thirty species are exhibited indoors and outside in naturally landscaped surrounds.

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Alice Springs School of the Air


Located Alice Springs 

Enter the Alice Springs School of the Air Visitors Centre and you will learn the unique methods of educating students of the remote areas of Australia via HF Radio, Satellite and correspondence material.

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Royal Flying Doctor Service


Located Alice Springs  

Opened in 1939 in what is now one of Alice’s finest heritage buildings, see how the RFDS provides routine medical services and evacuations to outback isolated areas - towns, communities and homesteads.

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National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame


Located Alice Springs

Now open at the Old Alice Springs Gaol giving visitors two unique heritage attractions at one great location.

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Alice Springs Cultural Precinct


Alice Springs Cultural Precinct encompasses the art, culture and heritage of Central Australia in one location. The site includes Araluen Arts Centre, Museum of Central Australia, Strehlow Research Centre, Central Australian Aviation Museum, Central Craft, and Memorial Cemetery.

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Albert Namatjira Gallery


Located Alice Springs 

The Albert Namatjira Gallery at the Alice Springs Cultural Precinct is named after the famous Arrernte artist, born at Hermannsburg in 1902.

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Olive Pink Botanic Garden


Olive Pink Botanic Gardens showcases over 500 species of Central Australian plants throughout an area of 16 hectares.


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Pyndan Camel Tracks


Located Alice Springs  

A family business offering relaxed and intimate camel tours.  Join the popular one-hour camel ride through desert scrub and red claypans to a scenic lookout.

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Outback Ballooning


Located Alice Springs 

The rugged ranges and stony desert floor which posed problems for the early explorers can now be viewed with ease and excitement from a hot air balloon.

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Henley on Todd Regatta


Join in, have fun, or just enjoy the hilarity from under the shade of gum trees on the edge of the dry Todd River bed, and help raise funds for charity, with major sponsor, ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions!

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Mbantua Fine Art Gallery and Cultural Museum


Located Alice Springs 

Experience the magic of an ancient culture. Discover the heritage of aboriginal artists. Delight in real treasures of Utopian Art.

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Hermannsburg Historic Precinct


Located 125kms South-west of Alice Springs 

Originally a Lutheran Mission Hermannsburg was the first town in Central Australia. It is also the birthplace and home of Aboriginal watercolour artist, Albert Namatjira.

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Umoona Opal Mine and Museum


Located Coober Pedy  

This Underground Complex was formally an original opal mine that was first worked in the 1920's. Today it is Coober Pedy's largest and only multi-award winning tourism attraction.

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Opal Cave

Lorraine and Dieter Sternberg have owned and managed The Opal Cave for over twenty years and offer a wealth of knowledge to the tourism industry. Both are long time residents of Coober Pedy and have a complete mastery of the requirements of tourism service providers.

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Bushfires NT


The Bushfires Council NT is a statutory body established by the Bushfires Act. The role of the Bushfires Council is to advise the Minister on measures to be taken to prevent and control bushfires in the Northern Territory.

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Old Timers Mine


Located Coober Pedy 

This unique opal mine (first mined in 1916) depicts the history of opal mining with all the mystery of searching for opal underground, with the safety of a walk-in, ground level mine.

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Oasis Tours


Located Coober Pedy 

Oasis Tours offer a great insight into the Opal Capital of the world.


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Aileron Bush Weekend

Located 130km North of Alice 

Held annually on the Easter long weekend. The Bush Weekend provides an opportunity for the local community and visitors to join together and share the passion and excitement of rodeo and bush sports in a fun filled family environment. Join in the bush dance on Saturday night.

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Alice Springs Airport


'The Alice' is the thriving gateway to Central Australia and is as famous for its character as the natural wonders that surround it.  

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Alice Springs Desert Park


Discover many secrets of the Central Australian deserts at the Alice Springs Desert Park. The natural and cultural environment of arid Australia is presented in three stunning desert habitats.

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Alice Springs Telegraph Station


Located Alice Springs  

A five minute drive north, off the Stuart Highway, you will find the oldest buildings. The original site of the town and the site of Alice Springs waterhole amid well facilitated picnic grounds.

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Henley-On-Todd Regatta


The World's only dry river bed regatta is on Saturday 30th August 2008. Come and join the Vikings, pirates and nautical characters at the annual dry river bed regatta.

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Battery Hill Mining Centre


Located Tennant Creek 

Your first golden discovery awaits you. The site echoes the soul and spirit of the early miners and is named after the original ten-head stamp battery, which comes alive during daily tours.

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Outback Quad Adventures


Located Alice Springs 

Experience the thrill of a true outback adventure.  Take a guided quad bike tour of the Northern Territories oldest working cattle station. 

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Territory Thrifty


A locally owned NT company, operating for over thirty years. They know the territory and the vehicles to offer to enable you to enjoy your adventure.

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