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Travel guide Alice Springs

Central Car Rentals
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8952 0099 or info@centralcarrentals.com.au
Central Car Rentals is the only locally owned car hire company in Central Australia, offering economy, intermediate and large two wheel-drives, and large four-wheel drive vehicles.

Their staff are highly experienced and passionate about the area and can assist with maps and itineraries. All vehicles have limited or unlimited kilometre rates available, making Central Car Rentals a great choice to explore Central Australia.

One way accommodation or airport pickup is available and cam... Read more

Black Tank
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8952 0405, 1800 645 582 or bookings@caent.com.au
Black Tank Outstation is an Arrernte Aboriginal Community situated approximately 80 kilometres north of Alice Springs, and the Lynch family provide authentic and detailed insights into their local Arrernte culture.

Blank Tank offers Cultural Awareness Workshops, where you will learn about sacred sites and traditional dreamtime stories. Take part in a traditional dot painting workshop or book a Cultural Tour and learn about the local flora and fauna, indigenous cultural responsibilities, U... Read more

The Wildway
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8953 7045, 1300 720 777 or info@wildway.com.au
The Wildway offers backpacker camping tours for budget minded travellers, to a maximum group size of 24 people. Experience the desert, the amazing landscape and culture as you explore Uluru / Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta / The Olgas and Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park. By night travellers’ sleep under the stars after a meal cooked on a campfire.. www.wildway.com.au Read more

Australasian Jet
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8953 1444 or alice@ausjetnt.com.au
Australasia Jet Alice Springs is a local aircraft charter company that offers quality scenic adventure flights over Central Australia. See the natural features of Alice Springs that make this outback town so unique, view the magnificent colours of Uluru / Ayers Rock, the burnt orange domes of Kata Tjuta / The Olgas, stunning Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park, and the spectacular 300 million year old MacDonnell Ranges.

With highly maintained and well-equipped aircraft, professional and ... Read more

Remote Tours
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8953 7012 or reg@remote-tours.com
Remote Tours is a personalised tour company which operates private charters around Central Australian and beyond. As an educational based, culturally aware tour company, with a strong emphasis on interaction with Aboriginal culture mingled with fun. Itineraries are flexible to meet your needs.

Remote Tours specialises in cultural and educational tours for Australian and International groups, school and university groups, as well as corporate groups looking for wellbeing/relaxation experie... Read more

Peregrine Adventures
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8601 4444 or sales@peregrineadventures.com
Peregrine Adventures offers small group adventures and expeditions in Australia and New Zealand ranging from trekking in Tasmania to journeys to Cape York, walking around Milford Sound, cruising around the Great Barrier Reef and climbing Mount Cook.The various adventures in the Northern Territory reflect the glorious diversity of northern Australia, including iconic rock formations, untouched wilderness areas, isolated outstations and remote Indigenous communities. The walks are truely inspiring. You pay homage to Uluru / Ayers Rock and walk on remote outback trails, trek the West MacDonnell Ranges on the Larapinta Trail, uncover the wildlife paradise that is Kakadu and enter the word of Aboriginal Dreamtime on a memorable cross-culture experience in a remote Indigenous community near Kath... Read more

AllTrails Bicycle Tours
By ATDW Database

Contact: 9645 3355 or philsusan@alltrails.com.au
AllTrails offer boutique road bike tours and provides cyclists the opportunity to propel themselves Australia wide, arousing your senses as you absorb nature’s beauty, with the assurance of comfort and camaraderie.

You’ll ride on sealed bitum... Read more

Wayoutback Desert Safaris
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8952 4324, 1300 551 510 or reservations@wayoutback.com.au
Wayoutback Desert Safaris is a genuine small group operator carrying a maximum of 9 to 16 passengers in late model airconditioned Toyota Land Cruisers and Mitsubishi Canter four-wheel drives. Wayoutback believe the only authentic way to experience the Red Centre is by getting away from the crowds and immersing yourself in the beauty and vastness of the desert - driving dirt tracks, bush camping, cooking over a campfire and sleeping under the starts.Visit all the must see places such as Uluru / Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta / The Olgas, Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park, Palm Valley and the West MacDonnell Ranges. For an unforgettable indigenous experience, the two and five day safaris visit the inspirational Oak Valley Aboriginal Community south of Alice Springs. For the enthusiastic photograh... Read more

Review - Crowne Plaza
By Stuart and Michelle Roberts

Barrett Drive Alice Springs NT Perfectly placed to make the most of the view of the McDonnell Ranges and the facilities of Alice Springs. Overall rating?    Excellent What makes the Crowne Plaza different? When you are staying in a hotel that is part of a chain, it tends to be the location that sets it apart, as is the case with the Crowne Plaza Alice Springs.  The foyer is very large and bright and open, with lots of natural light. Accommodation overview We stayed in a Mountain View room with a queen-sized bed and ensuite, with an outlook onto the McDonnell Ranges and the golf course from the balcony.  It was well-maintained, light and showed signs of recent renovation. Facilities overview There is a lovely pool area that is well-maintained an... Read more

Alice Springs
By Kylie Jane Degeling

There is no such thing as “A town like Alice.” Okay, yes – there is an interesting novel of that name by Neville Shute. And there was even a movie in 1956 as well as a mini-series in 1981 – both based on and titled after the novel, A Town Like Alice. But nowhere else in the world will you actually encounter a town anything like Alice – a place where locals have such a nutty sense of humour that for decades, they have been running boat races in a completely dry river – only to cancel one year because there was actually water in it. Nowhere else will you find a lively town sitting smack in the middle of a red desert where couples dress in bride and groom attire to race camels each year. Alice Springs, usually just called “Alice”, is a town with... Read more

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