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The Red Centre takes its name from the unique red colour of the soil, and the changing hues of the iconic Uluru. The region is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia with its distinct natural landscapes, warm climate, abundant plants and wildlife. Experience the outback by visiting Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Alice Springs and Yulara. A campervan or motorhome rental is the perfect way to explore this vast part of Australia.
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Alice Springs Heritage Caravan and Tourist Park lies at Lot 8483 on Ragonesi Road in Alice Springs. It lies close to the centre of Alice Springs and the MacDonnell Ranges. The site is highly recommended for those who are camping. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, laundry, cots, communal refrigerator, gas, iron, shop, public telephone and tour desk.
Ayers Rock Campground is at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort Campground in Yulara. The establishment offers the finest accommodations for all types of budget. Unpowered sites, camping sites, powered sites, village tents and two bedroom cabins are the accommodations that it offers. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, communal shower, courtesy transfer, gas, ice, wireless Internet access, iron, kiosk, laundry, medical facilities, playground, public telephone, safety deposit box, shop, tour desk and outdoor swimming pool.
G'day Mate Tourist Park is located at Lot 337 and 338 in Alice Springs. The park's facilities are gas, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal refrigerator, tour desk and an outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations that it offers are a wide range of cabins, camping sites and caravan sites.
Glen Helen Resort can be found at Namatjira Drive in the West MacDonnell Ranges via Alice Springs. It is a popular oasis resort that serves as the gateway to a number of adventurous destinations such as the Larapinta Trail, Palm Valley, Glen Hellen Gorge, Glen Helen Gorge Water Hole, Redbank Gorge, Roma Gorge and Mount Sonder. The venue is one of the best ways to experience the outback. The accommodations include powered and unpowered sites, fixed tents, bunkhouses and rooms. Spotting wildlife, bird watching, bush walking, camping, cycling, star gazing and swimming are just some of the popular activities within the campsite.
Heritage Caravan Park is at 40 Ragonesi Road in Alice Springs. The establishment is not too far from the heart of the town, and is nestled among the MacDonnell Ranges. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, iron, gas, laundry, library and shop. The accommodations that it offers include campsites, unpowered sites, powered sites, onsite vans and cabins.
Kings Canyon Resort offers a wide range of accommodations to suit every traveler's needs and budget. Unpowered sites, powered sites, budget lodge rooms, standard rooms and a deluxe spa room are the accommodations available. The establishment lies along Luritja Road, Kings Canyon. Camp facilities include a bar, barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, car parking spaces, gas, ice, iron, laundry, playground, restaurant, shop, tennis court, tour desk, outdoor swimming pool and foreign currency exchange.
MacDonnell Range Holiday Park is situated at Palm Place in Alice Springs. Staying at the park enables visitors to enjoy the beauty of the MacDonnell Ranges. Its campsite facilities include a bar, barbecue facilities, bicycle hire, business services, camp kitchen, car park, child pool, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, cots, recreation room, entertainment room, gas, pedal go karts, jumping pillows, high chair, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, playground, public telephone, tour desk and TV/lounge area. The establishment offers villas, cabins, bunk houses, unpowered and powered sites for accommodation.
Stuart Caravan and Cabin Tourist Park is located at Larapinta Drive in Alice Springs. The town's centre and cultural precinct are situated not too far from the park. Its campsite facilities are a barbecue, bicycle hire, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, vehicle wash facilities, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, cots, gas, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, shop, tour desk, TV/lounge area, safety deposit box, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations that it offers are unpowered sites, powered sites, budget cabins, ensuite cabins and two bedroom deluxe cabins.
Wintersun Cabin and Caravan Park sits at 1 North Stuart Highway in Alice Springs. It is just around two kilometers away from Alice Springs' centre and offers fast access to the area's attractions. The establishment's on-site facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, iron, laundry, swimming pool, public telephone and safety deposit box.
Ayers Rock or Uluru sits 335 kilometers south west of Alice Springs. It is a large sandstone rock formation hailed as a World Heritage Site for its beauty and historical importance. Uluru is recognised as the country's most iconic natural landmark with its 1,142 feet length and its constant changing of colour. The huge rock usually features a somewhat glowing red hue during dawn and sunset.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is home to the world famous Ayers Rock or Uluru and Kata Tjuta. The park covers 1,326 kilometers of land and is near the town of Yulara. Highlights include its collection of ancient Aboriginal Rock Art, rich flora and fauna, bush tucker, Aboriginal medicinal plants, beautiful desert oaks, waterholes, rock caves, the Cultural Centre Uluru and a number of natural springs.
Alice Springs Desert Park can be reached by taking the Larapinta Drive in Alice Springs. It is an award winning Desert Park that features extensive collection of plants and animals with unique stories from Australia's Aboriginal people. Spotting wildlife, bush walking, bird watching and self-guided tours are some of the activities visitors can enjoy.
Anzac Hill lies along Anzac Hill Road in Alice Springs. It is hailed as one of Alice Springs' most popular tourist destinations. The site serves as an ideal venue to see panoramic views of the town and the Anzac Hill Memorial that commemorates and honors all Australians who fought for the country during the World Wars. Don't forget to include it on your Alice Springs itinerary.
Aboriginal Desert Art Gallery is situated at 87 Todd Mall in Alice Springs. It dates back to 1985 and is known for featuring and selling a large number of Aboriginal Arts. The gallery is open everyday from 9am to 6pm.
Alice Springs Reptile Centre can be found at 9 Stuart Terrace in Alice Springs. The centre is one of Australia's largest reptile centres and is ideal for people of all ages. A visit to the venue enables visitors to learn the history of reptiles by exploring its Fossil Cave, see saltwater crocodiles up close and personal, meet wide variety of snakes, lizards and more. Alice Springs Reptile Centre is open everyday 9.30am to 5pm.
Araluen Arts Centre is within the beautiful Sculpture Garden around an ancient Corkwood Tree at Araluen Cultural Precinct in Alice Springs. The venue supports and empowers local arts and is popular for featuring contemporary Aboriginal Arts, local performing arts and travelling exhibits. A visit to the centre promises cultural and artistic information.