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Season
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Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
$136
LOWEST
$66$400
Avg. temperature
28ºC
WARMEST
-2ºC43ºC
Avg. precipitation
43mm
WETTEST
3 mm55 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
$164
$66$400
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20ºC
-2ºC43ºC
Avg. precipitation
21mm
3 mm55 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
$177
HIGHEST
$66$400
Avg. temperature
12ºC
COLDEST
-2ºC43ºC
Avg. precipitation
6mm
DRIEST
3 mm55 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
$175
$66$400
Avg. temperature
23ºC
-2ºC43ºC
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17mm
3 mm55 mm
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  • Alice Springs School of the Air Experience
    History, Lifestyle & Innovation…Since 1951 when Alice Springs School of the Air was established, it has been at the forefront of developing techniques that continually enhance learning experiences of students living in remote areas of Central Australia. Immerse yourself in history, learn about outback lifestyle, discover world-class innovations and be inspired by what has been and continues to be a uniquely Australian method of education – achieved in “The World’s Largest Classroom”. Please check for future updates on opening times.
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  • Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve
    Located within the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve, the Telegraph Station is the birthplace of the Alice Springs township. Is is an excellent value and must see destination to add to your itinerary while visiting the Northern Territory, and situated 4km north of the Town Centre, is easily accessible for a visit. The Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve marks the original site of the first European settlement in Alice Springs. Established in 1871 to relay messages between Darwin and Adelaide and also linking with an underwater cable network to London. Consequently creating the first real communication between Australia and England. Time your visit with one of our 4 daily guided tours (included in the price of your entry). The guided tours will immerse you in the history of the Telegraph Station and the township. Most noteworthy, you will learn about how this monumental innovation that connected Australia to the rest of the World!
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  • Anzac Hill
    Anzac Hill is the most visited landmark in Alice Springs. An ideal spot for a lookout over the town and the surrounding ranges, particularly beautiful at sunrise or sunset. The Anzac Hill memorial was unveiled on 25 April 1934 and is now dedicated to all those who have served in the defence of their country during all wars in which Australia has participated.
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  • CamelToursNT
    CamelToursNT is a Family Adventure Camel Farm and licenced venue The Hoosh Cafe Located at the base of the James Ranges 90km’s south of Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway at Stuart’s Well on the way to Uluru.
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  • Curtin Springs
    They say home is where the heart is, even if it is spread over a million acres of remote Central Australia! Curtin Springs has been home to the Severin family since 1956, when Peter Severin arrived with his young wife Dawn, their toddler son Ashley and 1,500 head of cattle. Curtin Springs stands as a testimony to the commitment of Peter and Ashley Severin to both the pastoral and tourism industries. At Curtin Springs we balance beef production with being a million acre wildlife corridor, and offer many ways for visitors to connect with the spectacular landscape. We invite you to take a ‘peek behind the curtain’ to explore the wonders of our home. Located just 100km east of Ayers Rock, Curtin Springs (the first Wayside Inn in Central Australia) offers a perfect base from which to visit the Ayers Rock and Kings Canyon areas. Or stay a while longer and ‘peel back the layers’ by including our experiences, tours and hospitality in your travel plans.
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  • L'Astragale
    Intrigued by Alice-Mparntwe this young city which has 50,000 years of History? L’ Astragale offers an 3 hours in company of a friendly local. - Culture and Indigenous Art of Central Australia,Todd Mall and its artists,- History: the town, monuments and buildings with the anecdotes of the characters of the past -Excursion designed by you.Regardless of your choice, those 3 hours will be unique, amusing and personal.
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  • Stuart Town Gaol
    Construction of the Stuart Town Gaol and police station started in 1907 by local builders using materials sourced from the district. It is a simple design made of local stone that reflects the rough discriminatory treatment of prisoners during the early twentieth century. As the first government building in the town it was harsh but basically functional. The Stuart Town Gaol replaced a facility that stood adjacent to the southern side of Heavitree Gap. Its inadequate facilities and the periodic flooding of the Todd River prompted the decision to move. Construction of this new gaol was completed in 1909 and it served as the Town's gaol until 1938. Today it houses memorabilia and stories relating to police and prisoner history and life in Central Australia. Open to the public via keys that are collected from the Hartley Street School (Refer to Hartley Street School opening hours).
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Alice Springs Hotels Information

Hotels in Alice Springs

51

Hotels Prices From

S$41

Hotels Reviews

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4,554

Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Dec - Feb

High season avg price

S$177

Low season avg price

S$136
Frequently Asked Questions about Alice Springs hotels

Quest Alice Springs, Mercure Alice Springs Resort, and Desert Palms Alice Springs are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Alice Springs Desert Park. See the full list: Hotels near Alice Springs Desert Park.

Popular hotels close to Anzac Hill include Stay At Alice Springs Hotel, Elkira Court Motel, and Diplomat Hotel Alice Springs. See the full list: Hotels near Anzac Hill.

Popular hotels close to Alice Springs Airport include Quest Alice Springs, Mercure Alice Springs Resort, and Desert Palms Alice Springs. See the full list: Hotels near Alice Springs Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve are Alice Motor Inn, Stay At Alice Springs Hotel, and Elkira Court Motel. See the full list: Hotels near Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve.

Quest Alice Springs, Mercure Alice Springs Resort, and Desert Palms Alice Springs all received great reviews from families travelling in Alice Springs. See the full list: Family Hotels in Alice Springs.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Alice Springs include Quest Alice Springs, Mercure Alice Springs Resort, and Desert Palms Alice Springs. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Alice Springs.

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