West MacDonnell Ranges
About West MacDonnell National Park
Known as Tjoritja by the Traditional Owners, the East and West MacDonnell Ranges continues to have a deep significance for the local Arrernte Aboriginal culture.
Established in 1984 to protect the natural sites along the range and its residents, the West MacDonnell National Park features stunning sceneries including gorges, waterholes and gaps, all within a couple of hours’ drive from Alice Springs. The ‘West Macs’ range is a 644 km long series of mountains located in the centre of Australia, including the iconic Larapinta Trail, a long-distance bush walking trail of 223 km along the backbone of the range.
About the Tour
Spend an entire day wandering through incredible landscapes, enjoy a cuppa with your local guide and learn more about the sacred meaning of the West MacDonnell National Park. Get ready to marvel at the spectacular array of colours – from orange to purple shades during the day which turn into brilliant reds at sunset. You’ll be visiting natural wonders such as Ormiston Gorge, Simpsons Gap, Glen Helen Gorge, Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek Big Hole and more.
What you need to know…
Tours depart daily from Alice Springs, you will be picked up at your accommodation.
We recommend you wear closed shoes, a hat and sunscreen.
Park fee entry plus morning tea and light lunch included in the price.
Experiences start from $98
For bookings and more information, feel free to contact our Reception on 08 8929 1609 from 7am-8pm daily
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