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Aland of wide open spaces, populated with
a wide rang e of local characters; visitors
make the journey to Australia’s spiritual
and geog raphical heart to reconnect with nature
and lose themselves as they discover the historic ,
cultural and natural gems in this outback
Located on the banks of a usually dry Todd
River is a thriving town known as Alice Spring s
(or simply the Alice).
Alice is a cultural oasis with more Aboriginal
art galleries p er capita than any where else in the
country. But that’s not the only charm of this
outback town - Alice is also known for having
the highest propor tion of lesbians per capita
than any other city or town in Australia.
They bre ed ‘em tough in Alice, just like
their 18-hole Desert Golf Course. Visitors can
discover the important role women played in
helping open-up and settle Australia’s outback at
the National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame, or
discover some of the big rigs in the Territor y at
the National Road Transpor t Hall of fame.
But, it’s not all huff and gruff in the outback, a
trip to the Red Centre is like no other Australian
escape. The region’s surprises are as numerous
as the natural wonders and adventure activities
that surround it.
From romantic sunrise hot air balloon rides
over the Outback to quad bike adventures
through the bush, The Red Centre offers an
experience to tickle any lesbian’s fanc y.
The more adventurous can hire a car and drive
south of Alice along the Red Centre Way to
discover the beauty of Watarrka National Park
(Kings Canyon) and take on the spectacular
Rim Walk to enjoy the jaw-dropping scener y of
There are also options to stay on a working
cattle and camel station to witness the day-to -
day life of living on the land, sle ep in a swag
under a canopy of twinkling stars or simply rest
and relax in a luxur y tented cabin.
Further south along the Red Centre Way is
one of Australia’s most iconic natural wonders -
no trip to the NT would be complete without a
visit to Ulur u (Ayers R ock).
Join a tour of Uluru and nearby Kata Tjuta
(the Olgas) with a local Anang u Aboriginal
guide to learn about the cultural significance of
this sacred landscape. Or take a scenic helicopter
flight to watch the dramatic chang e of colours at
either sunrise or sunset.
Ulur u can stir the senses and creates a romantic
backdrop like no other icon in Australia. A
popular experience to spoil that sp ecial someone
is to watch the spe ctacular sunset from a private
sand dune with a glass of champagne, followed
by an intimate dinner under the stars.
To find out more about travel experiences in
the Red Centre, go to travelnt.com/G&L
Away from the hustle and bustle is a land rich in culture
and serenity known simply as the Red Centre.
Sleep in a swag
under a canopy of
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