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A modest hill on the outskirts of the CBD of Alice Springs. Locals seem to spend their afternoons running up & down it for exercise. There is a fairly standard ANZAC memorial at the top and a good view over the city. You can drive...More
ANZAC HILL sets the scene for Alice Springs and the country side around it. On the drive up, each of the wars are represented with a symbol associated with that war. The artistic approach to the signs helps to build respect and anticipation for what...More
Little bit of a climb if you do not drive up by the road on the backside.
There are some memorial signs and info.
Most likely the most memorable thing is the view one is goving over Alice Springs.
Its ok to do but it...More
We were there they day that the Aboriginal flag was permanently raised on Anzac Hill.
We arrived about 15 minutes before sunset, got parking and enough time to get out of the car to have a look around and take in the views.
Arrived in Alice Springs just before sunset so drove straight here to find dozens of other tourists doing the same. It is a lookout steeped in Australian history and gives a great view over the town so a great place to head for 30 minutes...More
Just about a 10-minute walk uphill, and you're on the top offering a bird's eye view (which is to the south) of this "flat & sprawling" city & the Heavitree Gap beyond (not very wide but still an "awesome sight" to see splitting a long...More