If you haven’t been to Alice Springs you simply haven’t seen Australia. Alice Springs is Australia's most inland town, sitting around 200km south of the absolute centre of the continent. With a population of 28,000 people, Alice Springs might be remote but its charm is enormous. Situated in the foothills of the spectacular MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs provides a great base to explore the Northern Territory’s many marvels. A phenomenon that truly must to seen to be believed, a day trip to Ayres Rock is an absolute must while the Alice Springs Reptile Centre offers plenty of thrills and chills for the whole family. For appreciators of indigenous art, the amazing Aboriginal Australia Art and Culture Centre is another highlight.