Built in 1927, the Residency has a gracious beauty. It's a symbol of the town's brief legislative independence from the rest of the NT.
Old Hartley Street School
Alice Springs schoolhouse from 1938.
Park yourself on the grass outside Adelaide House and enjoy free films pertaining to central Australia’s heritage screened on an...
Red Ochre Grill
Offering innovative fusion dishes with a focus on outback cuisine, the menu here usually features traditional meats plus locally bred...
Todd Mall · interesting places nearby
Adelaide House information
Built in the 1920s as the Australian Inland Mission hospital, Adelaide House was the first hospital in central Australia. Designed by the founding flying doctor Reverend John Flynn, it now displays photographs and implements of pioneering medical practice. At the rear of the building stands a small shed housing the original ‘pedal radio’ invented by Alfred Traeger.