Alice Springs Desert Park is an inspiring portrayal of Australia’s desert environment that effortlessly blends the plants, animals and people of our arid regions.
In the space of just a few hours, visitors can discover how the desert comes alive. Hundreds of species of plants and animals found across Central Australian deserts can be seen, smelt and heard at the park. Visitors will even have the opportunity to experience desert habitats as they are at night, seeing some of the animals near impossible to see in the wild.
When visitors leave the Desert Park they will go away with new stories, skills and some of the secrets of the desert.
Guided tours and activities can be tailored creating an educational environment for your clients.
A tour of the Desert Park hosted by one of our guides is a fantastic way to learn about the secrets of Central Australia. The park’s guide team includes Central Australian Aboriginal people who have a wide knowledge of the plants, animals and people of Central Australia.
Duration: tailored, minimum one hour.
Exclusive Nature Theatre
The Nature Theatre featuring free-flying birds of prey and is one of the highlights of a Desert Park visit. We recommend groups in excess of 120 people consider an exclusive Nature Theatre as part of their Desert Park visit.
Duration: 15 to 20 minutes.
Exclusive guide presentations
The Desert Park team includes professional guides, botanists, horticulturists, zoologists and zookeepers and we are also able to draw on expertise from other Alice Springs locals. As a result, we can talk on an incredibly wide range of topics.
Presentations, lectures or workshops can be delivered to suit the needs of general or special interest tourists, of school or tertiary students, of the very young through to the older traveller.
Topics are almost limitless, including bush foods and bush medicine, Aboriginal tools and weapons, reptile diversity in Australian deserts, endangered desert animals and recovery programs and star talks.
Duration: from 30 minutes
Get up close with an iconic Central Australian animal and learn how they adapt in the desert.
Duration: 20 to 30 minutes.
Exclusive Noctural Tour
The Nocturnal Tour can be held exclusively for groups of 30 to 90 people. Spotlight rare and endangered animals by spotlight with expert guides in our free range exhibit. Option to include super or dinner with evening tour.
Duration: one to three hours.
To contact our Event Coordinator and discuss your requirements fill and submit the venue hire and event enquiry form.
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