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|
14 August 2015 | Ministerial Release
Garig Gunak Barlu National Park on the Cobourg Peninsula is a Keep Australia Beautiful Australian Clean Beaches Award winner.
NT Parks and Wildlife Minister Bess Price and Environment Minister Gary Higgins welcomed the win announced at the national awards in Darwin this evening.- Read More
14 August 2015 | Departmental Release
The 2015 Red Centre Bird Festival is full of fabulous activities that will keep all bird lovers entertained.
"This is a great opportunity for people to learn about birds, bird watching and how they can get more involved and further enjoy the great outdoors of Central Australia," said Scott Pullyblank, Curator of Life Sciences at Alice Springs Desert Park.- Read More
11 August 2015 | Departmental Release
The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (PWCNT) and local bird watching experts from the Birdlife Central Australia group will run the last event of this year's weeklong Red Centre Bird Festival 2015 – a birdwatching tag along tour at the Owen Springs Reserve on Sunday 23 August.
PWCNT Senior Ranger, Sheridan Martin said the tour provides an opportunity to learn more about Central Australia's amazing birdlife and to bird watch in the field with local experts.- Read More
4 August 2015 | Departmental Release
Visitors and locals are invited to a free heritage talk being held at the Old Owen Springs Homestead ruins in Owen Springs Reserve, Sunday 16 August.
Parks and Wildlife Commission NT senior ranger Sheridan Martin said those attending would be given an insight into the Reserve's fascinating early European history.- Read More
29 July 2015 | Ministerial Release
The outstanding work of Northern Territory rangers will again be celebrated through the annual Northern Territory Ranger Awards.
Minister for Parks and Wildlife, Bess Price, said tonight's awards recognise the work that rangers do to make our parks safe and to preserve our environment and its assets for all Territorians.- Read More