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Alice Springs is ex­actly half­way be­tween Dar­win and Ade­laide, and in ge­o­graph­i­cal terms, al­most the cen­tre of Australia. The town is sur­rounded by the beauty of the MacDon­nell Ranges and cut through by the Todd River. To take in this fas­ci­nat­ing town, climb to the top of An­zac Hill for the sweep­ing views, ex­plore the his­toric Tele­graph Sta­tion, which was a vi­tal hub in link­ing Australian cen­tres to­gether, and visit the Abo­rig­i­nal Art & Cul­ture Cen­tre to learn about the cul­ture and ways of the Ar­rernte peo­ple.

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