Alice Springs is home to many Aboriginal Art Galleries. From well know artists such as Barbara Weir, Minnie Pwerle and Albert Namatjira to not so well-known artists and newcomers.
Get inspired by styles and symbols of the Central and Western Desert people.
The area is known as ‘Mparntwe’ to its original inhabitants, the Arrernte people, who have lived in the Central Australian desert for thousands of years. The name of Alice Springs was given by surveyor William Whitfield Mills who named the town after Alice, Lady Todd, wife of the telegraph pioneer Sir Charles Todd.
Filled with unique art, cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery in every direction, Alice Springs is a small jewel in the middle of the desert.
Welcome to Alice Springs! Known to locals as simply “Alice”, this small town is the beating heart of Australia’s Red Centre. A great base for exploring the natural wonders of the Northern Territory, Alice Springs is also a gateway to Australia’s Aboriginal culture.
There are a lot more places to visit while you are in this beautiful town. Contact us and let us help you to plan your unique trip in Alice Springs.