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Alice Springs Reptile Centre
Alice Springs Reptile Centre

Alice Springs Reptile Centre

9 Stuart Terrace, Alice Springs, NT, 0870

The Basics

There’s a charge to enter the Alice Springs Reptile Centre, with discounts for children and family: Under-4s go free. The center includes a range of different habitats, from the Gecko Cave to sand enclosures. Many travelers choose to visit independently, but you can save time by joining an Alice Springs full-day or half-day tour. These often include transfers from your accommodation to the reptile center and other natural attractions such as the Alice Springs Desert Park.

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Alice Springs Highlights Tour
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
star-4.5
$98.50 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Great introduction to Alice.
Great introduction to Alice Springs. This tour took in the major interest around Alice. I enjoyed all of them but the highlight was the Desert Park. Well organised and very good communication.
Shirley_H, Jun 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Alice Springs

star-4
Really enjoyed the tour...
KEVIN_D, May 2022
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
Really enjoyed the tour and the information provided. All sites had interesting history. The guide was knowledgeable and fun.
star-5
Well worth doing
Diane_O, May 2022
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
The entire tour was very informative. Both the guides at RFDS and the Reptile Park were hilarious. Coach driver was excellent
star-5
Great Day
Jennie_D, Jun 2021
Best of Alice Springs Full Day Tour
This was a really great days outing Started in the morning trips to Simpsons gap followed by Stanley Chasm really beautiful places Next was the tourist attractions of Alice Springs. Really informative friendly driver, Great Day
star-5
Memorable day.
Marlene_H, Oct 2021
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
Really enjoyed the reptile experience the most but the whole tour was so good loved it all.The guides and presenters were so patient and knowledgable.
star-4
Learn about Alice
Corinne_B, Jun 2021
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
Great way to see and hear about the history of the town, learn about the RFDS, school of the air, telegraph station, reptiles and more, driver/guide very knowledgeable
star-5
A jam-packed experience full of interesting information and great commentary.
Kellie_A, Apr 2021
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
This was a great afternoon packed full of useful information. Gary, our tour guide, was excellent. Highly recommended.
star-4
Getting the most from your tour
Margaret_B, Apr 2021
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
This tour allowed us the opportunity to visit a range of local activities around Alice Springs. Being in an organised group meant that the venues were prepared for our arrival and that presentations immediately commenced maximising the time spent at each place.
star-5
Happy in the Alice
RGJ, Mar 2020
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
We had a good afternoon with MYLES ..informative,friendly...we had s good humoured group and thoroughly enjoyed the experience
star-5
The best of Alice in a few hours
J0P60, Dec 2019
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
A great tour. The Reptile centre was especially fascinating and the best of its kind I have been to. Ian was our tour guide and he made it a great afternoon
star-5
Sightseeing Alice Springs
Christine_H, Oct 2019
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
This was an interesting tour. The guide was Excellent providing interesting commentary along the way. All of it was interesting. At the Air school it was great to see the air classrooms & how lessons are relayed to students.
star-5
Worth the Trip
STEPHEN_J, Oct 2019
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
Our guide Tash took us to the RFDS, School of the Air, the original telegraph station and initial site which included Alice's Spring and ANZAC Hill. Certainly worth the trip and we found Tash to be very knowledgeable. The tour gave us an insight as to the importance of Alice Springs to the outback.
star-5
The Desert Park and Alice Springs Half Day Tour is highly recommended.
Peter_S, May 2021
Alice Springs Highlights Tour
The desert park first thing in the morning is well worth a visit. The displays and talks are excellent especially the wild bird feeding. Despite arriving early we didn't have time to see everything before the bus arrived to take us back to town at noon. In the afternoon the Town Like Alice tour was great. We visited all the main attractions and had a telegram sent to us at the Overland Telegragh Station. Sufficient time was given to wander about and take things in plus the Reptile Park was a great experience to see and learn about Australian snakes, lizards and crocodiles.
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Things to Know Before You Go

The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is a must for animal lovers of all ages.

This is a small facility with restrooms and a shop but no dining options.

The Alice Springs Reptile Centre offers wheelchair access, but views of some animals may be restricted.

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How to Get There

The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is in central Alice Springs, less than half a mile (just 650 meters) from the Alice Springs Interchange bus station. Buses 400 and 401 run roughly every 90 minutes during the day Monday through Saturday, covering routes including Larapinta Drive; get off at Bath Street for the reptile center. However, as elsewhere in the Red Centre, driving or joining an organized tour remain your best transport options.

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When to Get There

The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is open from morning until late afternoon seven days a week. To make the most of the facility, plan your visit around one of the three daily educational shows, in late morning, at lunchtime, and midafternoon. As with most Alice Springs attractions, crowding is rarely an issue.

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Terry the Saltwater Crocodile

Occupying quarters with underwater viewing, Terry the saltwater crocodile is one of the Alice Springs Reptile Centre’s star attractions. Terry has lived at the center since 2002, when he was captured in the harbor of Darwin, 930 miles (1,497 kilometers) to the north. He is over 10 feet (3 meters) long.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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