My parents and I visited this park while on a trip to Alice. It was a wonderful experience but wasn't exactly what I had expected. In my head I thought it was more like a zoo so if you go with that in mind you...More
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About Alice Springs Desert Park
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Nice park with lots of walking tracks and picnic spots, tables and chairs set up for visitors, a kiosk available and over all a peaceful place to sit and enjoy the local wildlife
What a wonderful attractions easy to spend 5hours Flights of Birds great but my favourite was the talk and display on aboriginal way of life great avairy and nocturnal display also
The park was a great place to visit as it incorporates the desert vegetation types, all set out in different areas with walkways between, various compounds with birds & viewing area, a walk in avairy, open area with birds in flight display as well as...More
Spent five hours here quite happily. The talks were interesting. The displays were great. The best things about this place were the location beneath the McDonnell ranges and the bird displays. Book in to the one on one with the wedgie - you wont be...More
I was impressed with the level of information and number of animals featured from the red centre. As an east coast native it was great to see a lot more of the species found throughout the middle of Australia and learn detailed information.
In my opinion, this park is a must when visiting Alice. So much work and effort has gone into creating the different desert environments for the various wildlife found in Central Australia. It was wonderful to see these animals close up. There is so much...More
I was a bit stupid. Got there at 11 am. Thankfully was able to see the organised "tutorial" on indigenous culture which was a highlight. It started at 11 I think. Not to be missed. You can be directed, but its in the doors, thru...More
If you only have one day in Alice Springs, this is the place to go to learn about the Outback. I spent all day because I went to each of the hourly talks, or you can spend less time doing a self-paced tour and not...More