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Where to stay in Alice Springs

Exploring Alice Springs

This town has a lot to offer visitors, from a wide range of accommodation to great dining options. A visit to this town will also expose travelers to contemporary Indigenous Australia, you can learn about their art and culture. You will experience stunning landscape, plenty of outdoor activities and nature and wildlife.

Accommodations in Alice Springs

There is a range of options for all the travelers. The most popular hotel in Alice Springs is the Vatu Sanctuary, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Kathys Place Bed and Breakfast in Alice Springs as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Alice Springs

- Adelaide House

Adelaide House is one of the firt buildings to be built in Alice Springs, all the way back in 1920 by the Australian Inland Mission. At this historic buildings, you will step back in time and learn about Rev John Flynn’s history. Today, you can experience the calm healing aura of this sanctuary, where visitors are offered home-style and historic food, tea/coffee, local products promoting healing, wellbeing and inspiration.

- Alice Springs Reptile Centre

This centre has a great collection of Australian snakes and lizards and also presents informative shows where you and your children will learn a lot about all things reptile. Play with a python, watch the lizards feed, spy on secretive geckos, see crocodiles from underwater, and meet resident goannas and frill-neck lizards.

Transportation in Alice Springs

Although the town of Alice Springs is small enough to explore by foot; you will need other forms of transportation to get you to the popular sightseeing attractions around the region. Options include bus, train, taxi or renting a car so you can have the freedom to explore the region at your own pace and leisure.