Half Day Alice Springs Alice Springs is the country's best known Outback town. Originally settled as a post along the Overland Telegraph route, today it is a lively town full of things to see and do. Commence the afternoon with panoramic views from Anzac Hill overlooking the town and the rugged West MacDonnell Ranges. See the generally dry Todd River before visiting the Royal Flying Doctor Base and School of the Air, Visit the Old Telegraph Station, and behold the harsh pioneering life of first settlement. See the development of communication via morse code, and find where Alice Springs originally got its name from. Your tour will conclude with the famous Mbantua (Aboriginal Cultural Museum and Gallery) a home to a private collection of rare Aboriginal artifacts.
Frontier Camel Tours Camel to Dinner A one hour camel ride for adventurous, fun-loving people along the Todd River with evening light on the magnificent eucalyptus trees and the changing colours of the MacDonnell Ranges. Scrumptious food, a fascinating Camel Museum and a Camel Shop with a variety of assorted camel merchandise. Dinner: Bush Food Tasting with predinner drinks, Choice of NT Barramundi or Scotch Fillet of Steak (Cooked to order) or Vegetarian option. Fresh Salads, Home-Made Beerbread, Baked Potatoes, Beer or Wine, Warm Sticky Date Pudding for dessert with freshly brewed coffee or tea & fresh local dates.
Frontier Camel Tours Camel to Breakfast Ride your camel along the Todd River with soft morning light, cool clear air and colourful native birds, before a hearty BBQ breakfast. Time after breakfast to enjoy the Camel Museum and Camel Shop. Breakfast: Orange Juice, Fruit and Cereal. BBQ Bacon & Eggs. Home-made Beer-Bread. Quandong(Native Peach) Jam. Tea or Freshly Brewed Coffee.