What To Do In Alice Springs Indoor
You can’t say that you have visited the outback unless you visit Alice Springs.
It is the heart of the Red Center and a must see place in the Northern Territory. If you are interested including Aboriginal culture, art and amazing hiking experience in your Australian road trip you have just found the ideal place to make a stop. Here is a selection of activities of the Best Things To Do In Alice Springs.
Discover the School of the Air, the world’s largest classroom of 1.3 million square kilometers or 521,000 square miles who deliver education to the remote areas since 1951 and visit the lifesaving Royal Flying Doctor Service. Did you know that there is nowhere in 80% of Australia where a patient cannot be reached within two hours! After your visit head to the cafe located outside of the museum to enjoy a delicious brunch and cup of coffee.
Learn everything you need to know about the fauna of Central Australia at the Reptile Center. You’ll meet Terry the Saltwater crocodile, Goannas and other fascinating lizards. Terrific news, the Reptile Center is only 5 minutes’ walk from the Jump Inn!
Visit the Women’s Museum of Australia, be inspired by ordinary women who have achieved extraordinary things and lose yourself in the fascinating permanent exhibitions. Experience the best of Central Australian Aboriginal art at the Araluen Cultural Precinct and in the many art galleries, the city center has to offer. Such as “This is Aboriginal Art”.
Looking for souvenirs or a quick grocery stop? Say no more, we’ve got you covered.
Todd Mall, the Alice Springs main street and the shopping centers are about 15 minutes walk from Jump Inn Accommodation.
You’ll find on Todd Mall many souvenir shops and art galleries where you can buy your favorite Aboriginal painting.
If you are looking for an ATM, there is one at Bar, or you can walk for 5 minutes and find a Coles Express where you can buy all your essentials.