Well worth a visit, particularly in cooler temperatures. Lots of birds, interesting lectures, particularly the one concentrating on how aborigines hunt and catch food. Surprising ways of finding a spouse not from your direct tribe.
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About Alice Springs Desert Park
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Enjoy viewing a lot of bird aviaries, a nocturnal house (one of the few indoor spaces), the bird show, and many of the guided tours that go on throughout the whole day. I saw that the Alice Wanderer bus can take you to/from the park,...More
Don't miss spending some time at the Alice Springs Desert Park. General admission includes a beautiful birds-of-prey live presentation, lots of different environments to walk around (very informative), a special 20 minute video production (surprise ending!), nocturnal house, lovely aviaries...and all right in the middle...More
Enjoyed a wonderful day exploring the desert park, especially enjoyed the many bird aviaries, the nocturnal house is also a must see.
Spent a couple of hours here. They have guided tours where you learn all about the endangered species of the bush. The nocturnal house is really well done and interesting. The close encounter with the birds of prey is absolutely brilliant, you can if you...More
The time spent (a couple of hours) at this park was worthwhile. The bird show was most impressive, especially the owl who popped up in broad daylight. The nocturnal exhibit had a range of animals that we would never normally see. Make sure you take...More
This is a great spot. Book a guide if you can to get the most out of your visit. The flying bird show is fantastic and educational. An aboriginal guide can really enhance your visit, they discuss tools the used, hunting, desert life. The area...More
Nice and close to the CBD all the different animals and ecosystems that make up the red centre. The Free Flying Bird show is a must see informative as well as entertaining. The rangers are all friendly, knowledgeable and some are from the local Arunta...More
We have just moved to Alice so I purchased a Territorian Pass which is fantastic value! My son and I will be regular visitors to the park. The staff are very knowledgable; we listened to the kangaroo and dingo talks which were very interesting. My...More