Where to stay in Alice Springs?

When you think of Australia’s Outback you probably imagine raw red earth, tumbleweeds and sweaty bushwalks. However, there’s much more to it than that.

Alice Springs is a modern, creative, culture hub set amongst some of Australia’s most iconic landscapes, such as the MacDonnell Ranges and Larapinta Trail.  While you can choose to work up a sweat on a scenic or adventurous bushwalk you can also learn about Australia’s pioneering history or join in a cultural experience, have a great meal and end the day in one of the many accommodation options.

When you book a bed in Australia’s most famous Outback town you can choose from comfortable B&Bs, award-winning resorts, self-contained cabins, familiar hotel chains or serviced apartments. Equally suitable accommodation options include pitching a tent or parking your van on a grassy site in one of the many holiday parks close to town. For something different check in for a night or two on a historic working cattle station.

Family friendly, luxurious, cheap and cheerful, in the town centre or further afield in a quiet residential area or bush setting – there’s an accommodation option for all visitors. If you desire a room with a view, request one of the many rooms overlooking the red gums on the banks of the Todd River or the MacDonnell Ranges stretching as far as the eye can see.

Also why not meet other travellers and join tours from the door at backpacker accommodation located in quirky heritage buildings and conveniently in the town centre.

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