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Alice Springs sits in the heart of central Australia and the landscape is made up vast gorges, seemingly endless desert terrain, remote Aboriginal communities and an enlightening pioneering history. It incorporates the Northern Territories Red Centre and is a wonderful starting point before hiking out to such sights as the Uluru (formally known as Ayer’s Rock), the Kata Tjuta (formally known as The Olgas) and Kings Canyon. Travellers interested in the natural aspect of Alice Springs should pay a visit to the Alice Springs Desert Park and the Reptile Centre and everyone should take advantage of being in the largest land area without lights by taking part in some spectacular stargazing, really should not be missed. Cultural travellers will enjoy Alice Springs for the historical areas of interest which include: the Adelaide House; the first stone built building in Alice Springs, the Old Timer’s Museum, The Residency and the picturesque area of the Alice Springs Telegraph Station. Active travellers visiting Alice Springs are rewarded with a plethora of recreational activities, such as a half or full day of camel trekking, outback ballooning, quad biking, cycling and if you have access to transport and don’t mind travelling, try your hand at Gem Fossicking. North of Alice Springs there are several gem fields in which you can pick up such precious rocks as Garnet (considered the easiest), Zircon, Tourmaline, Apatite and various kinds of Quartz.