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Anzac Hill, Alice Springs

Categories: Lookouts, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
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 trip itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Great view of Alice Springs. Information signs explaining Australia's involvement in war. Put it on your list of things to do. 
  • A great opportunity to view Alice Springs from the hilltop. It is a much larger town that first thought. 
  • On the heights of Alice Springs, Anzac hill is first of all a site commemorating veterans left combat in Europe. Another attraction: the sunsets on the Mcdonnels Ranges. Live and meditate
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  • I remember exactly what we did on the look out. We just looked, OUT! Cross the city on that little spot on the hilltop. Oh, it was so pretty way up there. We talked about how the lights on the buildings and cars seemed like reflections of the stars. That shone out so pretty and bright, that night.
  • View is great but I got bit by a 3 foot spider
  • Great view from up there...nice walk to get up there too...
  • cool worth a try
  • What wonderful lookout you can all round Alice Springs and the sign very good information & pictures
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