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Kings Canyon - Site ID: 730
No matter how many images you have seen, visiting Kings Canyon itself will take your breath away, a sheer sandstone cliff face soaring high above the incredible cycad gardens just one of the many spectacular views of the mighty chasm that cleaves the earth to a depth of 270 metres. This national park is a conservation of rock holes and gorges that provide refuge for over 600 species of plants and many native animals.
Desert Park - Site ID: 731
A must see for every visitor to Alice! In the space of just a few hours, you can discover many of the secrets of the Central Australian deserts at the Desert Park. Hundreds of species of plants and animals found across Central Australian deserts can be seen, smelt and heard.
Exploring Central Australia - Site ID: 732
The Red Centre is one of those quintessential Australian places that has to be experienced to be appreciated. The Outback is renowned for its wide open spaces, natural landscapes and vibrant colours. To truly enjoy “The Outback” their can be no better way than to get off the beaten track in a luxury expedition vehicle and enjoy a more intimate and judicious exploration of the region’s landscapes, its people and its cultures.
Alice Springs - Site ID: 733
Alice Springs, isn’t that one of those names that runs away with your imagination? As was to be expected, the town is not called after young sparkling Alice jumping in the air. However, it is called after an Alice, Alice Todd, the wife of Charles Todd.
Alice Springs - Site ID: 734
Alice Springs It's Australia's Oasis, the capital of the Outback and the most romantic country town in the world. It's where the Arrernte Aboriginal tribal group have lived for 20,000 years and where pioneer men and women gave "tough" a new meaning. It's where they race camels, hold hilarious holiday regattas in dry river beds and where Peter Finch finally caught up with Virginia McKenna in the 1956 film classic "A Town Like Alice".
The Alice Directory - Site ID: 735
There's nothing like The Alice. We continue to get plenty of rain and it's time to see Alice Springs while she's green. The carpet of green is now covered in the colours of the rainbow as the wildflowers bloom.
Uluru - Site ID: 703
We the traditional owners, value the park as a place that honours the culture of our people, preserves the fragile ecology of the land of our ancestors and upholds Tjukurpa - the Pitjantjatjara word for our history, knowledge, religion, morality and law. Please enjoy this World Heritage Area and open your minds and hearts to learn about our land, beliefs and culture.
Ayers Rock - Site ID: 736
For many Outback travellers in front of Ayers Rock is the most anticipated moment of their Australia holiday. Ok, for some standing on top of Uluru is the ultimate dream, a "must do before I die" thing either way, nearly every tourist wants to visit Uluru while in Australia.
Ayers Rock Resort - Site ID: 737
Regardless of where you stay while you're at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, from the sanctuary of one of the five hotels, or the intimacy of Voyages Ayers Rock Resort Campground, you can experience the beauty of the living cultural landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, in Australia's Northern Territory.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park - Site ID: 738
The famous "Rock" stands348 metres high and, like an iceberg, has most of its bulk below the surface. It is located 440 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Forty kilometres to the west of Uluru/Ayers Rock is Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas. This massive pile of rock domes dates back 500 million years.