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Alice Springs

Introduction of Alice Springs

Alice Springs is located in the central inland area of the northern territory, the second largest city in addition to the capital Darwin, and one of Australia's most famous inland towns, with a permanent population of about 28000 people, of whom the proportion of aboriginal people is about 17%.

Alice Springs is located in the inland desert area, famous for its surrounding desert beauty and historical heritage, the urban environment is very fresh, giving a feeling of prosperity. Alice Springs is the origin of the Royal Flying Doctor Group and one of the most famous natural landscapes in Australia: the halfway station to Uruu (Ulura, also known as Ayers Rock).

The famous train, which runs through Australia's mainland, Alice Springs, a three-day and two-night one-way trip to Adelaide and Darwin to allow visitors to experience the purest landscape.


Monthly weather averages of Alice Springs

     
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    AHT
    36℃
    35℃
    32℃
    27℃
    22℃
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    26℃
    30℃
    33℃
    35℃
    ALT
    21℃
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    17℃
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Visitor centre of Alice Springs

  • Addr: Parsons St & Todd Mall, Alice Springs NT 0870
  • Tel: (08) 8952 5800
Alias:
艾利斯斯普林斯、爱丽斯泉
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Population:
28k (2016)

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