Accommodation in Uluru

We have also organised special accommodation rates at hotels in Uluru, just for The Sound Exchange '19 delegates. Head to our Uluru accommodation page to find out more and to book.

red centre & surrounds Tours

Make the most of your time in Australia's centre by booking a half or full day tour in and around Alice Springs or Uluru,

AAT Kings can show you all the must-see sights of the Red Centre plus share local stories and knowledge of their history and culture. They also offer free hotel pick-ups so all you need to do is relax and enjoy your day.

AAT Kings are offering a 10% discount off any tour in the brochure below for Sound Exchange '19 delegates. Simply call the AAT Kings team at 1300 228 546 and quote the code Audio.

Field of light

The Field of Light is an art installation by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Monro.

The British artist conceived the idea at Uluru in 1992 after eight years in Australia. Pathways draw viewers into the installation, which comes to life under a sky brilliant with stars. The installation, aptly named Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku by the local community means ‘looking at lots of beautiful lights’ in local Pitjantjatjara.

Field of Light will be in place until 31 December 2020.

Alice Springs Telegraph Station

Located within the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve, the Telegraph Station is the birthplace of the Alice Springs township.  Is is an excellent value and must see destination to add to your itinerary while visiting the Northern Territory.

Situated 4km north of the Town Centre, the Alice Springs Telegraph Station is easily accessible for a visit.  Access the Alice Springs Telegraph Station by car along the Stuart Highway and Herbert Heritage Drive. Alternatively, the Riverside Path along the Todd River provides either a short walk or cycle along the sealed path.

Royal Flying Doctors Service Tourist Facility

Visit the Alice Springs working base to learn more about this wonderful service that delivers a broad range of primary and preventative health care services to rural and remote communities. 

Take a look at the museum, the Doc Shop and the hologram of Reverend John Flynn who founded the RFDS.

bike tours

Interested in seeing more of Alice Springs from two wheels? Outback Cycling offers a variety of cycling tours and can also provide more information about the 28 kilometres of the Alice Springs Mountain Bike Trails Network.

the womens museum

Molly Clark, founder of the National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame Image courtesy of Barry Skipsey

Molly Clark, founder of the National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame
Image courtesy of Barry Skipsey

The National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame is one of two women’s museums in Australia, and was founded as a public museum for the purpose of recognising and honouring pioneering women who contributed to the development of Australia. Our collection contains women’s objects donated from across the country, and through our exhibitions we commemorate the achievements of women from across the nation who have been first in their field.

do the nt!

There's loads to do in Alice Springs and the NT! Visit the Northern Territory website to find more activities.