Parks - Alice Springs / Central Australia Region
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|Alice Springs Desert Park||Park details||Park access|
|Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Annas Reservoir Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Arltunga Historical Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Corroboree Rock Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Desert Park (Alice Springs)||Park details||Park access|
|Emily and Jessie Gaps Nature Park (Yeperenye)||Park details||Park access|
|Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve (Napwerte)||Park details||Park access|
|Finke Gorge National Park||Park details||Park access|
|Henbury Meteorites Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Illamurta Springs Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Mac Clark (Acacia peuce) Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
Mac and Rose Chalmers Conservation Reserve (Tower Rock)*
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|N'Dhala Gorge Nature Park||Park details||Park access|
|Napwerte / Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Native Gap Conservation Park||Park details||Park access|
|Owen Springs Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Ruby Gap Nature Park||Park details||Park access|
|Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park||Park details||Park access|
|Tnorala (Gosse Bluff) Conservation Reserve||Park details||Park access|
|Trephina Gorge Nature Park||Park details||Park access|
|Watarrka National Park||Park details||Park access|
|West MacDonnell National Park (Tjoritja)||Park details||Park access|
|Yeperenye / Emily and Jessie Gap Nature Park||Park details||Park access|
4 February 2016 | Ministerial Release
The second round of tenders for the $10.68m investment into the Casuarina Coastal Reserve has been released today to deliver revitalisation works at Dripstone Cliffs and Rapid Creek.
The Reserve near Darwin’s northern suburbs is the Territory’s most popular park or reserve with approximately 900,000 visits each year.- Read More
2 February 2016 | Ministerial Release
Registrations for the Darwin and Katherine Junior Ranger programs are NOW OPEN
The Northern Territory Junior Ranger program gets Territory kids out and about exploring their fantastic backyard; tracking, hiking and spotlighting their way on many adventures.- Read More
29 January 2016 | Departmental Release
The Northern Territory Government is working with the Alice Springs Town Council and the Heart Foundation to encourage healthy activities in Alice Springs and throughout the Territory’s parks.
The Alice Springs Town Council’s Heart Foundation Walking Group will be walking around the Telegraph Station tomorrow morning as part of their weekly treks around town.
Every week the group sets out from the Town Council Chamber and once a month they start in a different location – this month will be at the Telegraph Station.- Read More
29 January 2016 | Ministerial Release
Tenders are now open for the installation of a new toilet block at the George Brown Darwin Botanic Garden to accommodate demand from functions and general visitors.
The Country Liberals proactive approach to enabling new events such as; Territory Made Markets, Segway Tours and Healthy Holiday Program, has meant a larger number of people are enjoying the Gardens. It is also now the host of magical garden weddings, coffee meetings at Eva’s Café and Eco Gallery.- Read More
27 January 2016 | Ministerial Release
The Giles Government is excited to be delivering the most significant infrastructure spend our parks and reserves have ever seen.
Tenders are now open for the construction of a new, iconic shelter to house safety information and redesign signage relating to walking and heat safety at Watarrka National Park.- Read More
21 January 2016 | Ministerial Release
The tender for upgrades to Tolmer Falls in the Litchfield National Park are open.
The Country Liberals are on track with the roll out of their Litchfield National Park upgrades. Tolmer Falls are the next cab off the rank to have their face lift as part of this $10.43 million government investment with new facilities taking the visitor experience to a new high.- Read More