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What are the best things to do in Alice Springs?
West MacDonnell Ranges
The Northern Territory is home to some of Australia’s most awe-inspiring natural landmarks. You can take in some of these sites for yourself while holidaying on Wellington to Alice Springs flights. The West MacDonnell Ranges begin just west of the city and stretch for about 161 kilometres (100 miles). Plan a day trip to the West MacDonnell Ranges where you can enjoy hiking, swimming in refreshing watering holes, and wildlife spotting. Can’t-miss places within the West MacDonnells include Simpsons Gap, Glen Helen Gorge, Ormiston Gorge, the Ochre Pits, and Ellery Creek Big Hole.
Araluen Arts Centre
For a small city in the Outback, Alice Springs has a pretty impressive art scene. The Araluen Arts Centre, located within the Araluen Cultural Precinct, is one of the best places to take in art while holidaying on flights from Wellington to Alice Springs. It showcases more than 1,100 pieces as well as rotating temporary exhibits, all of which focus on contemporary Aboriginal art.
Anzac Hill is a quick and easy hike that you can enjoy while visiting the NT on cheap flights from Wellington to Alice Springs. It sits just north of town, and you can walk from the city centre to the summit in less than 15 minutes. You’ll see the Anzac Hill Memorial at the top, which honours the Anzac forces who fought in World War I. There’s also a beautiful panoramic view over Alice Springs to take in from the top of Anzac Hill.
What are the best cafes and restaurants in Alice Springs?
House of Tallulah
Grab a coffee and meal from the House of Tallulah before a day of exploring in Alice Springs. It’s one of the city’s best cafes and serves excellent breakfast and lunch options. Choose from a range of sandwiches and toasties, rainbow grain bowls, egg dishes, and decadent berry French toast. The cafe serves a variety of meaty dishes as well as plenty of vegan and veggie options like jackfruit tacos and a halloumi portobello burger.
Piccolo’s is located on Todd Mall – the main strip of Alice Springs. The cafe serves breakfast and lunch earlier in the day, then reopens in the evening for dinner. The menu is made up of modern Australian favourites. Head there in the morning for dishes like poached eggs with chilli salsa, omelettes, and eggs benedict with smoked salmon. Grab lunch or dinner at Piccolo’s for a choice between delicious pasta dishes, premium burgers, salads, seafood, and steaks.
Epilogue Lounge is a stylish restaurant and bar also located on Todd Mall. You can visit for breakfast or lunch – dishes include classic eggs benny, a smoked salmon bagel, cajun chicken salad, and pork belly sanga. The venue truly comes alive in the evenings when you can visit for drinks with a wide range of tapas. Sit inside or enjoy the view from Epilogue’s rooftop bar. Head there on Friday and Saturday nights for some live music alongside your food and drinks.
What is the best way to get around Alice Springs?
The centre of Alice Springs is easy to explore on foot or by bike. Just be sure to carry plenty of water with you and spend some time indoors if you’ll be holidaying on Wellington to Alice Springs flights during the hot summer months.
Hiring a car is the best way to explore Alice Springs and the surrounding area. You can use it to get around the city and also venture into the nearby national parks like the West MacDonnell and East MacDonnell Ranges. Hire your car through Webjet to pick up from Alice Springs Airport (ASP).
There’s also a limited bus network that you can make the most of if you won’t have a car while holidaying on Wellington to Alice Springs return flights. There are five routes that each originate at the Alice Springs Interchange in the CBD and branch out into the suburbs.
Do airlines fly from Wellington to Alice Springs?
Air New Zealand and Qantas operate cheap flights from Wellington to Alice Springs with stopovers. The Air New Zealand flights include one stopover – often in Melbourne – and Qantas has two stopovers from Wellington to Alice Springs.
Can you fly directly from Wellington to Alice Springs?
There are currently no airlines operating direct flights from Wellington to Alice Springs. All flights include at least one stopover along the way.
When is the best time to travel from Wellington to Alice Springs?
Book your tickets to Alice Springs from Wellington for travel in winter, late autumn, or early spring for the best weather. Evenings are cold, but daytime temperatures reach about 20° to 23°C – ideal for outdoor explorations. Summer gets hot – up to about 40°C – but may be a good option for budget travellers as it’s when you’ll findest the lowest rates on cheap flights to Alice Springs from Wellington.
How long is the flight from Wellington to Alice Springs?
Journeys from Wellington to Alice Springs are available from 10 hours and 20 minutes, including a stopover.