Discover Alice Springs and the Red Centre at BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park.
The most awarded tourist park in the Northern Territory, the BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park is renowned for its beautiful surrounds, its friendly staff, its comprehensive facilities and of course its famous Pancake Breakfast held every Sunday morning all year round.
Situated in the picturesque surroundings of the MacDonnell Ranges the park is away from any highway traffic noise and just 4.5kms south of Alice Springs. With modern facilities plus accommodation options to suite all budgets and travelling styles, BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park is the perfect destination for your next Northern Territory experience.
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The quirky, annual Apex Camel Cup attracts visitors to Alice Springs from all over the world.
While camels may have a reputation as dedicated ‘ships of the desert’, these magnificent beasts are certainly not short on personality. Racing them can prove a nightmare for riders and handlers but fantastic viewing for spectators. Entertainment is assured, with nine unique races scheduled around the dusty outback track throughout the day. Find out more here
The world’s best cross-country navigators will use their navigation skills, endurance and teamwork to plot their way between checkpoints with the aid of a map and compass. The championship event will run for 24 hours.
Alice Springs lies on the the main highway between Adelaide and Darwin and is the perfect holiday destination or as a stopover as you venture south or north.
Begin your outback adventure in Alice Springs. Explore historic sites, see the work of local artists in Aboriginal art galleries, join a cultural event or activity, or try one of the many adventure activities on offer in the desert landscape.
There is plenty to explore in the Red Centre and having the Big4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park as your base is the perfect option knowing you can return each day after a day of adventure to the serenity of the park.
Home to many heritage sites, including the Alice Springs Telegraph Station, National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame plus the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Alice Springs is steeped in Australian history.
You may also like to visit the Alice Springs Reptile Centre, Alice Springs Desert Park or the Kangaroo Sanctuary to get up and personal with the native wildlife.
Other points-of-interest include the National Road Transport Hall of Fame, Fred McKay Museum, John Flynn Memorial Church and Adelaide House.