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Alice Springs and surrounds

Located in the heart of Australia’s outback, Alice Springs offers an excellent variety of adventurous education excursions that fulfil a range of curriculum requirements.  Central Australia has a true desert climate. Clear sunny days with colder winter nights and little rain make for interesting flora and fauna in the area.  Visit Earth Sanctuary and the Solar Centre Desert Knowledge for real examples of hands-on learning about the land, climate and sustainability.
Alice Springs has an extensive history of settlement and exploration. The area’s significant historical events and cultural influences have contributed much to the nation and provide valuable learning experiences for students of all ages. A visit to the Alice Springs Telegraph station, Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame, Alice Springs School of the Air and the Royal Flying Doctor facility will bring the past to life in a very real sense.  
The MacDonnell Ranges surround Alice Springs and hold significant meaning to the local Arrernte Aboriginal people. Take a journey with Jungala and experience his wealth of knowledge and skills as he guides students through the bush in an unforgettable camping experience. Further afield students can visit Watarrka National park, home of Kings Canyon. Remote Education Tours offers students the opportunity to give back to Aboriginal communities in this area, Kings Creek Station provides a great location and camping area and NT Parks and Wildlife can assist with educational resources of the area, and even host a group talk in various locations.  
Central Australia really can deliver an exciting, educational, safe and remote experience to students from all walks of life.

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