Join local Artist Miriam as she takes you to some of her favourite spots in and around Alice Springs and find out what makes Alice so special to her.
Alice Springs is the heart of Central Australia. Around the city is comprised of cavernous gorges, boundless desert landscapes, remote Aboriginal communities and a charming pioneering history.
North-west of Alice, along the Tanami Track and south of Alice Springs in the Simpson Desert, the art styles and stories of the Aboriginal people give meaning to the surrounding landscape.
The most well-known natural highlights of Central Australia are the East and West MacDonnell Ranges that straddle Alice Springs and run for 223 kilometres.
Visitors to the NT’s Red Centre can enjoy views of dramatic scenery, bushwalking, swimming, four-wheel driving or quad-bike riding.
Further reading: Alice Springs