Look no further for Alice Springs backpackers and hostel accommodation than right here. Australia is such a vast country to explore when you are backpacking around, but one place that you should always have on your itinerary is Alice Springs. Alice Springs backpacking will give you an insight to the natural beauty and wonder that makes up this part of Australia, and will give you many wonderful memories to be hand for years to come.
When arranging your Alice Springs accommodation for your trip to Alice Springs why would you book anywhere else than the Nomads Toddy's Backpackers. This comfortable air-conditioned accommodation for the discerning backpacker well provide a relaxing atmosphere with luxury surrounding and picturesque gardens and nature walks. Take your pick from the deluxe motel and family rooms, to the perfectly suited hostel rooms that will be ideal for the discerning travel to the Top End. The onsite restaurant will also cater to you, with great tasting meals at a low cost that won’t break your budget, and with the best price drinks around you can really get the night started! The resort also offer a free courtesy bus, free tea & coffee, free breakfast, free luggage storage, TV room, pool table, open fire, table tennis, swimming pool and hammocks, bike hire, laundry, kitchen and in-house parking.
For those with a sense of adventure, and for those who don't mind venturing to central Australia in the Northern Territory, visit the Alice Springs Reptile Centre where you can get up-close to a wide range of reptilian friends such as pythons, thorn devils, many poisonous snakes and Terry, the saltwater crocodile. The view from ANZAC Hill, being the town monument to fallen soldiers, is fabulous, bringing the whole town into perspective. The Milky Way Observatory will keep you enthralled with its display of the southern skies. For the golfers, have a round at the Alice Springs Golf Club, a desert club with 36 holes.
Alice Springs car hire will help you to get to numerous other local attractions. Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, is the main destination from Alice Springs. It is the largest rock in the world, with spectacular colours, depending on the time of the day. The Olgas are only 36 kilometres from Uluru and well worth the extra time.
With a population of about 26,000, Alice Springs is much like any other small country town, however it is the only major town in central Australia and is almost 1000km to the nearest town of a similar size. Alice is a good spot to explore the surrounding area. It lies at the foot of the world's oldest mountain range, the MacDonnell Ranges, and is a popular stopping-off point for travellers on their way to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Attractions and diversions include the Alice Springs Desert Park and several outback institutions such as the School of the Air and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
So come and enjoy this magnificent part of Australia and see why people from all over the world come to visit this wonderland! Alice Springs budget accommodation will give you the freedom to enjoy this part of Australis and all that is has to offer. So call us today to arrange your accommodation and tours to make your holiday to the red centre carefree and enjoyable.