Getting to Alice Springs
Please see the following table or visit the Alice Springs Airport website for a schedule of flights into Alice Springs.
|Brisbane||Daily – Direct 3 times/week|
|Canberra||Daily – Indirect|
|Hobart||Daily – Indirect|
Weather during the conference
Spring time in Alice Springs typically has warm days and nights. The average maximum temperature for October is 31.1 degrees Celsius. The average minimum temperature is 14.1 degrees Celsius.
Visit the bureau of meteorology website for a detailed weather forecast at www.bom.gov.au/nt/forecasts/alice-springs.shtml.
Airport Transfers & Transport
Airport Shuttle Bus
The Alice Springs Airport shuttle bus service operates for all scheduled flights in to and out of Alice Springs.
Tickets can be purchased from the Attendant at the airport or bookings can be made online.
Taxi transfers to and from Alice Springs Airport can be booked through the following companies.
- Alice Springs Taxis 08 8952 1877
- Territory Taxis 08 8953 3322
Pre & Post Touring Ideas/Providers
Trek Tours Australia
AAT Kings operate a number of day tours in and around Alice Springs including a nocturnal animal discovery tour and tour of the West MacDonnell Ranges.
Alice Wanderer offer small group tours to Uluru (Ayers Rock) – Kings Canyon and around Central Australia. The list of tours can be viewed on their website.
Trek Tours Australia is a tour company which focuses on small group, deep immersion wilderness experiences.
Centre Bush Bus and Tours
Emu Run Experiences
Centre Bush Bus and Tours provides affordable, safe and flexible bus services, tours and charters including visits to the famous Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs.
Charter Central is a passenger transit company specialising in coach charters & tours to Uluru (Ayers Rock), Tata Tjuta (Olgas), King Canyon, Darwin and Kakadu.
Emu Run Experiences specialise in day and overnight tours to Uluru (Ayers Rock) & Central Australia.
Adventure & Natural Attractions
Experience Art in the Red Centre
History & Heritage
Alice Springs offers a variety of adventure activities including Mountain Biking, Quad Biking, Hiking and Outback Ballooning. Alice Springs is also located in close proximity to several national parks. For more information visit the Discover Central Australia website below.
Discover Central Australia have consolidated the region’s amazing art attractions and events into four easy-to-follow trails. More information can be found on the below link.
There are a number of Alice Springs attractions of historical significance including the Alice Springs School of the Air , Telegraph Station and Alice Springs Desert Park. For information on these attractions and more please visit the Discover Central Australia website below.
Experience the breathtaking feeling of floating silently above the Outback as the sun slowly rises over the desert on this awe-inspiring Alice Springs ballooning adventure.
Pyndan Camel Tracks offers one hour camel rides at 9am, 12noon, 2.30pm or sunset for up to 16 people. We include free transfers from Alice Springs accommodation or self-drive only 15 minutes from CBD and visit the nearby Simpson’s Gap.