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When I lived in Alice Springs 59 years ago, the top of Anzac Hill was occupied by a gigantic concrete water storage tank that was the town's main supply reservoir. When the tank ran low in January, green slime issued from the tap. The tank...More
The Anzac Hill is sacred for the aboriginals and it is also a focus for the annual Anzac Day.
They remember the wars of: Boer War 1899-1902; 1st World War 1914-1918; 2nd World War 1939- 1945; Korean War 1950-1953; Malayan Emergency 1950-1960; Vietnam War 1962-1976;...More
Alice is 2000 foot altitude but there aren’t many hills around. This is a good vantage point to see the town and it’s surrounds. The memorials are a sobering reminder of the sacrifice the ANZACS gave to help the UK.
What a wonderful view of Alice Springs from the top best seen at sunset on the journey up love how the history of the all the war we be envole as you help up the hill and on the way down it really make you...More
Went up with a group of friends and stopped for a look at the hill it was fantastic. We watched the sun rise over Alice it was great. Would highly recommend stopping to have a look and pay your respects as well.
Not only does Anzac hill provide a great view of the town and gap, but the highlight is seeing the sunset. The sun sets between the two ranges and the clear blue sky is filled with the colours of the rainbow. A camera is a...More