Alice Springs by 4WD

4WD Rentals Alice Springs

Alice Springs at the centre of Northern Territory, Australia is often considered as Australia’s 1st Aboriginal cultural destination for self drive 4wd holidays or even a finishing destination for an Alice Springs one way self drive rental in Australia. Alice Springs a small town of 30,000 is unique with a blend of outback Australia and a emerging micro cosmopolitan feel about it as it nestles on the edge of the ‘Gap’ in-between East MacDonnell ranges and the West MacDonnell Ranges.

Due to the fact we are Northern Territory based and the owner has lived in Alice Springs for a number of years with have excellent experience and reputation with our suppliers both locally and nationally. Securing in advance low flex rates for domestic self drive rentals we offer you the chance to book a Alice Springs 4wd rental up to a year in advance at a flex based discounted rate with a low deposit. Also for international travellers we have special packages available all year round. We have sought luxury vehicles to late model budget brands that are well equipped for the Top End and Kimberley off road terrain with national emergency 24hr backup. At Australia 4WD Rentals we try to source and find you offer the cheapest 4wd hire rates for a 4wd rental in Alice Springs from our suppliers and for other Australian major 4wd destinations. We consider one’s needs for requirements and budget for an Australia 4wd holiday important.

As many unsealed roads in the ‘Top End’ of Northern Territory are seasonal we have dedicated a large part of our resources and time to understanding the area and researching the more remote areas and off road tracks of Kakadu, Litchfield, the Daly region, Katherine Nitmiluk region and the Gregory region of Northern Territory.

Over the years we have established a large presence of suppliers and still growing to answer the demand for one way Alice Springs to Broome rentals through the Kimberley, Alice Springs to Darwin one way rentals, Alice Springs one way to Perth rentals.
About Alice Springs – we have launched a site called Things To Do In Alice Springs  an excellent resource travel information guide to get around Alice Springs in a self drive rental. Alice Springs is a seasonal travel destination for 4wd rentals so please ring or email us 1st being in Northern Territory since 1988 we know.

Alice Springs Highlights

The key destination for any 4wd camper rental to or from Alice Springs is Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock.

Uluru can be visited by the highway or offroad more remote routes of the Red Centre Way of the old road known as the Mereenie Loop from Alice Springs.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a world-class visitor destination and a key part of Australia's iconic Red Centre. This living cultural landscape is the physical and metaphoric heart of Australia, and was one of the first areas to be identified as a National Landscape.

Ayres rock Uluru, also referred to as Ayers Rock (which was its English name), is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia. It lies 335 km (208 mi) south west of the nearest large town, Alice Springs; 450 km (280 mi) by road. Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Uluru are the two major features of the Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park. Uluru is Aboriginal land  and is sacred to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara, the Aboriginal people of the area. We call ourselves Anangu, and would like you to use that term for us.

Here are some other highlights in Alice Springs (entry fees may be applicable):

  • Alice Springs Desert Park - A must see for every visitor to Alice. In the space of just a few hours, you can discover many of the secrets of the Central Australian deserts at the Alice Springs Desert Park.
  • Alice Springs Golf Club - The Alice Springs Golf Club is one of the finest desert golf courses in the world. The manicured greens contrast vividly with the surrounding desert and MacDonnell Ranges.
  • Alice Springs School of the Air - History, Lifestyle, Innovation – Immerse yourself in the distinctive history of Alice Springs School of the Air that dates back to 1951. Gain an insight to the lifestyles of its students.
  • Alice Springs Telegraph Station - The township of Alice Springs obtained its name from the waterhole at this historic Telegraph Station.
  • Alice Springs Turf Club - Visit the Alice Springs Turf Club, located at Pioneer Park Alice Springs.
  • Anzac Hill - The most visited landmark in Alice Springs, Anzac Hill is the ideal spot for an overview of the town.
  • Central Australian Aviation Museum - The Central Australian Aviation Museum is located on Memorial Avenue, Alice Springs, on the western edge of the north-south runway of the original aerodrome.
  • Lasseters Hotel Casino - Nestled at the foot of the spectacular West MacDonnell Ranges, Lasseters Hotel Casino is the centre of excitement in Alice Springs. You can enjoy great entertainment, dining and gaming.
  • Museum of Central Australia - The Museum of Central Australia, in the Araluen Cultural Precinct, acts as an interpretive centre for Central Australia’s natural history.
  • National Road Transport Hall of Fame - The National Road Transport Hall Of Fame is a museum that is unique to most other road transport museums throughout the world in that it has taken a lateral approach to the restoration of its world.
  • Old Ghan Heritage Railway and Museum - Relive the history of the Old Ghan and the pioneering past as you wander through the Old Ghan Train Museum and take a s stroll through the old train and carriages.
  • Old Timers Traeger Museum - Old Timers Traeger Museum, in Alice Springs, houses a collection of photographs and paraphernalia from the early days of white settlement in Central Australia.
  • Olive Pink Botanic Garden - The Olive Pink Botanic Garden lies adjacent to the Todd River not far from the centre of Alice Springs.
  • Royal Flying Doctor Service - The Royal Flying Doctor Service is an Australian icon and a world first.
  • Sounds of Starlight Theatre - Experience the pulse of Australia. The Didgeridoo Show Outback has earned a reputation as one of Central Australia’s most memorable live shows.
  • Stuart Town Cemetery - The Stuart Town cemetery is a fascinating and sobering reminder of early hardships in Central Australia. Located in Alice Springs, the Cemetery was the town’s first, dating from 1889.
  • Stuart Town Goal (Jail) - The construction of the Stuart Town Goal (Jail) and associated police station, located in Alice Springs, was commenced in 1907 and closure in 1938.
  • The Residency - Since its construction in 1928, The Residency, situated on the corner of Parsons and Hartley Streets, Alice Springs, has become a tangible symbol of the brief independence and Vice Regal power Central Australia
  • The Overlanders Steakhouse - The Overlanders Steakhouse, located in Alice Springs, was established in 1971 to honour the men and women of Australia who ventured into its great outback country