Alice Springs Desert Park, Northern Territory
Alice Springs Desert Park (Alice Springs Desert Park) is located in the western suburbs of Alice Springs, a small inland city in the central part of the Northern Territory. It is about 5 kilometers drive from downtown Alice Springs. It covers an area of about 1,300 hectares and the core area is about 52. Hectares.
The starry sky picture taken by a professional photographer is here, and I was right that planted myself in the sand. The wind on the beach is too windy to stand up, and it will take a long time to not move! The starry sky belongs to imaginative people, such as Taurus, Orion, Southern Cross, and Small Magellanic Cloud. Today, I saw the Milky Way very clearly. It seemed that in an instant, I felt the heartbeat millions of light years away.
Alice Springs Desert Park is a large desert landscape park in Australia. Here is a vast desert Gobi, but there are also many green plants and oasis in it. You can drive a buggy in the desert and enjoy the excitement of sand washing. Although it is a desert, it is not particularly dry, and it is still worth visiting.
The Desert Park is a very good park for both education and fun. You can enjoy the desert scenery and many plants and animals at close range. There is also a nocturnal museum and a bird show. Take your children to play here for at least half a day. The free self-service audio guide here, and the daily fixed-point explanation and performance activities are very worthy of taking your children to appreciate.
Alice Springs Desert Park has many unique flora and fauna in the desert. It is a must-go place for tourists to understand the ecological environment of Alice Springs. You can also book a night tour to explore special nocturnal animals.