National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame
Alice Springs Reptile Centre
It may be small, but this reptile centre packs a poisonous punch with its impressive collection of venomous snakes, thorny devils and...
Royal Flying Doctor Service Base
This is the home of the Royal Flying Doctor Service, whose dedicated health workers provide 24-hour emergency retrievals across an area...
Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre
Offers the chance to meet with Aboriginal people and learn about their culture. Tours include a bushwalk, dance performance and...
Bustling backpackers bar. Decent music (sometimes live), leafy beer garden, cheap jugs and poolside drinking.
The place for steaks, big succulent cuts of beef (and crocodile, camel, kangaroo or emu). Amid the cattle station decor (saddles,...
National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame information
Lonely Planet review
This tribute to Australia’s pioneering women is in the former Alice Springs Gaol, very near the Royal Flying Doctor Service base. Behind the high walls and rolls of barbed wire are stories of the exploits and achievements of women from all over the country, including large pictorial displays on ‘Women First in Their Field’ and ‘Women at the Heart’ celebrating outback heroines.