West MacDonnell RangesHalf Day Tours

Adult$82.00
Child (5-15 yrs)$58.00

  • Small group touring
  • Entrance fees
  • Picnic lunch and billy tea
  • Informative commentary by local expert guide
  • Complimentary pick up and drop off at accommodation house

Tour Code: TT2

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Taking half a day, this tour includes some of the most spectacular scenery unique to Central Australia.

Marvel at towering fiery red walls set aglow by the desert sun before returning to Alice Springs.

"The West MacDonnell Ranges has been nominated by the Northern Territory Government for World Heritage listing, a register of properties worldwide that exhibit outstanding universal cultural and/or natural values which are important to all people in the world, irrespective of the territory in which they are located."

Highlights

  • Spectacular panoramic 360-degree view from the summit of Anzac Hill
  • The rugged West MacDonnell Ranges
  • Rev. John Flynn's Grave (one of Australia's greatest heroes)
  • The dramatic Simpsons Gap
  • The majestic Standley Chasm, picnic lunch and billy tea.

Tour Includes:

  • Small group touring
  • Entrance fees
  • Picnic lunch and billy tea
  • Informative commentary by local expert guide
  • Complimentary pick up and drop off at accommodation house

Pick Up:

  • Daily at 8:30am - pick ups commence from 8:00am

Drop Off:

  • Approximately 1.00pm

Additional Information:

This tour may drop off at the legendary Ghan departing Alice Springs at no additional cost (by prior arrangement)
Transfers to the airport at the conclusion of the tour can be arranged at an additional cost.
Passengers also have the option of combining this tour with either of the following tours; a) Afternoon Alice Springs City Sights or b) Alice Springs Desert Park

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Guestbook

"Back in Tasmania after our very excellent adventure around Australia. Thank you for contributing so much to making our trip to Alice Springs memorable. Your knowledge of the local flora and fauna was a big plus in our enjoyment and that's before the ‘billy tea!’ I hope our fellow Germans found it equally enjoyable"
David, Tasmania, June 2011

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