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We took a number of day tours out of Alice Springs on our recent 5 day stay at the Double Tree By Hilton (great hotel). It is heavy going and each day the tours take a minimum of 12 hours through to 18 hours. We...More
What an absolute jewel in the middle of Australia. We were taken completely by surprise at the stunning beauty, diversity and colours of the ranges both east and west of Alice Springs. We thought some of the less known spots were the best - a...More
There is so much to see and even though they are either gorges or chasms they are all different. Rock colors and vegitation changes. We had 5 days with our caravan camping 2 nights at Elery gorge then 2 nights Glen Helen
Traveled here with Emu Run,and it was one of those Wow! Look at that!!! trips. Whether it was Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm or the ochre pits every area was different and unique. Lots of easy walks, plus a range of camping sites. I have never...More
The panoramic landscapes of the West MacDonnell Ranges are easily accessed from Alice Springs. Each of the West MacDonnell Ranges chasms and gorges has its own unique character and scenery. There is a range of camping sites throughout the West MacDonnell National Park. These sites...More
While staying 2 nights in Alice Springs as part of our Uluru self-drive trip from Adelaide, we allocated almost one whole day visiting West MacDonnell Ranges (Tjoritja National Park) and that was a highlight of our holiday, in addition to Uluru itself. Many people visiting...More