Alice Springs Desert Park
Wander through the ancient landscape. Experience the animals of the night. Discover the diversity of desert plants. Be inspired by ancient living cultures with local Aboriginal guides. Marvel at the energy and spirit of free flying birds.
"People wonder what it is that is so special here and it is because everything comes here. We connect to it, were a part of it. Our Country is our home, and we know all the sites and all the features, our rocks, our trees, our hills. We come up with our Country. We come up with it and feel it so strongly." - Doris Kngwarraye Stuart - Apmereke-artweye - Mparntwe (Alice Springs) Custodian
7.30am to 6.00pm
Last suggested entry 4.30pm
Closed 25 December
How to Get Here:
The Desert Park is approximately a 10 minute journey from the centre of Alice Springs. The Park is accessible by motor vehicle, touring coaches or Desert Park Transfers. The Larapinta bike track also leads directly to the entrance of the Park.
Parking is available and includes coach parking and a designated area for disabled or mobility impaired people. Parking for all vehicles is free of charge.
For more information on transport to the Alice Springs Desert Park please contact the Tourism Central Australia or Tourism NT.
Child (5-15 Years): $12.50
Seniors Card: $20
Economy Pass (1 Adult & up to 2 children): $43
Super Economy Pass (2 Adults & up to 4 children): $68
Visit the website via the link below for admission specials for schools and groups.
Telephone: 08 8951 8788
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