Day 5. Alice - Tour & Tyre


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Friday 4th May.

Relax day. Bike tyre, service and sightseeing 



Alice Springs Desert Park


The Alice Springs Desert Park is an environmental education facility in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is sited on 1,300 hectares, with a core area of 52 hectares.

The Alice Springs Desert Park presents and interprets the Australian desert environment and its inhabitants, and contributes to the conservation of Australia’s desert flora and fauna. The accuracy, authenticity and appropriateness of its presentation and interpretation and the quality of its scientific work are essential.

The Park site is of significant cultural importance to the local Arrernte people and includes parts of the Akngwelye Artnwere and Yeperenye Altyerre (Wild Dog and Caterpillar dreaming stories). Hence the Desert Park provides a sensitive and realistic insight into Aboriginal culture by display and interpretation of the traditional use of plants and animals and with regular liaison with local indigenous groups. This ongoing process has resulted in the Traditional Custodians of the Park site experiencing a strong sense of pride and ownership in the attraction.


Royal Flying Doctors Service Tourist Facility


The Royal Flying Doctor Museum, is located in the original Radio Station House, will satisfy the most curious of mind. You can discover what it’s like to be inside one of our aircraft and look inside a replica fuselage of a Pilatus PC12. Have a look at the wide variety of historic radios including a Traegar Pedal Radio and learn what it was like to communicate before telephones were invented. There is a large display of historic medical equipment that would have been used on the RFDS flights of the past. A range of model airplanes used by RFDS will take you through the different aircraft used through the decades.


Macrosphere AV Audio small & big screen projection