Alice Springs Telegraph Station – Top Tourist Parks – Discover Downunder

TV presenter of Discover Downunder, Tim Smith, is visiting the Alice Springs Telegraph Station which is set in a National Park of some 445 hectares, beside a natural spring in the Todd River, some 3 kilometres north of the town. Tim talks with local legend and tour guide Alec Ross about the history of the station. The first building was built in 1871 making it the oldest in the Northern Territory. The buildings are open from 9am to 5 pm daily and the reserve is open from 8am to 9pm. The admission charge to the historic buildings is $6 per-adult $3 for children.

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