Anzac Hill, Alice Springs

#4 of 96 in Things to do in Alice Springs
Must see · Lookout · Tourist Spot
A lumpy, scrubby hill overlooking the desert town of Alice Springs, Anzac Hill serves as a memorial to men and women from Australia and New Zealand who fought in the world wars. The hill offers a panoramic view over the entire town and its immediate surroundings. At the summit stands a monument specifically dedicated to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC). Put Anzac Hill and other Alice Springs attractions into our Alice Springs visit planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • This is a great place to get a feel for the size and layout of the town of Alice Springs. The impressive Mcdonnell Ranges forms an impressive backdrop. The actual memorial display is also worth a...  more »
  • Its the best way to get your bearings around town. The memorial is very well looked after and its importance is so great to all Australians. The drive up is a great way to see the history of the wars....  more »
  • What a beautiful spot to get the best views of Alice Springs. Go in the early morning or at sunset, even consider having a picnic here. See the Gap and the Ranges and the whole pretty town all from here.
  • Terrific view point. Easy access from the bus park. Very nicely presented memorial. Well worth the trip up to it.
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