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Stunningly set at the geographical centre of Australia, Alice Springs may have a population of just 26,000, yet it's still the largest settlement in the interior. A modern, compact town in the midst of the MacDonnell Ranges, it makes an excellent base from which to explore Australia's "Red Centre". The bright, clear desert air gives the Outback town and its people a charge that you don't get in the languid, tropical north. The area has been inhabited for at least forty thousand years by the Arrernte (also known as Aranda), who moved between reliable water sources along the MacDonnell …
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