Activities and events in parks

Alice Springs region

You can join in the many activities and talks hosted by Parks and Wildlife rangers and staff in the Alice Springs region.

See events and activities below.

For more information on Central Australian activities call 08 8951 8250.

Territory Parks Alive program

Territory Parks Alive is a program of free guided walks, talks, slideshows, spotlight activities and more.

The program runs from May to August each year. Activities cater for a variety of ages, fitness and interest levels.

Wild Time

For children between two and eight years of age and their families.

Remember to bring or wear covered shoes, a hat, water and sun smart clothing to all activities.

Parent supervision is essential for all of the below activities.

For more information email jennifer.kreusser@nt.gov.au or phone 08 8951 8247.

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Alice Springs Telegraph StationNature Detective

Monday 1 October 2018

10am

Use your ‘nature finder’ to look for wildlife clues while taking a hike up to Trig Hill.

Megafauna Central, Todd MallPrehistoric Meal

Wednesday 3 October 2018

10am

Learn about prehistoric animals.

Alice Springs Telegraph StationBirds and Beaks

Monday 8 October 2018

10am

Shapes, sizes, colours and beaks. Find out about what makes birds different.

Megafauna Central, Todd MallBuild a Bird Hide

Friday 12 October 2018

10am

Learn about local birds and build a bird hide.

Ormiston Pop Up Discovery Trail

Self guided discovery trail suitable for all ages.

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Ormiston GorgeOrmiston Gorge Pop Up Discovery TrailFrom Saturday 22 September until Sunday 14 October 2018

Collect your discovery trail map from outside of the kiosk and look for clues along the short trail to see what you can discover! Suitable for all ages. Self-guided activity.

Email jennifer.kreusser@nt.gov.au for more information

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Last updated: 11 September 2018

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