Alice Springs is situated at the heart of Australia, with approximately 26,500 people living in the town itself. Alice Springs is a great base for you to experience the Territory’s natural wonders, including Uluru, the Larapinta Trail, the MacDonnell Ranges, Ormiston Gorge, Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Kings Canyon. The local Aboriginal people have a strong connection to the land and ancient culture, placing the Alice Springs region as home to one of the oldest living cultures in the world.
Alice Springs is a dynamic town, offering diverse retail and services, as well as quality health, education, recreation, leisure and entertainment options. More than 120 community events are held each year in this region, including the iconic Rotary Henley on the Todd Regatta, night markets, Finke Desert Race, Masters Games, Red Centre Nats, Alice Desert Festival, the Beanie Festival, and Desert Song Festival.
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