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Araluen Valley Hotel - Araluen

5943 Araluen Road, Araluen NSW 2622
Cold beer, drinks, great food and accommodation at the Araluen Valley Hotel. Free WiFi is also available. When you've spent the day driving or exploring the natural wonders of the area, drop in and refresh yourself. Relax in the beer garden, enjoy a game of pool, some songs on the jukebox or maybe stay the night. Monga and Deua National Parks are close by for picnicking, bushwalking and four wheel driving. Dinner, bed and breakfast packages are available.
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Araluen Old Courthouse Bed and Breakfast

5894 Araluen Road, Araluen NSW 2622
Araluen Old Courthouse Bed and Breakfast was built in 1886 during the gold rush era. Guests can enjoy the original courtroom, police room, prisoner exercise yard and two jail s which have been converted to comfortable guests rooms with en suite, sitting area, DVD player, tea/coffee facilities. The original quarters of the resident policemen suits families. The tariff includes a cooked breakfast and in-house evening meals can be provided upon request. Self-catering is an option in the guest kitchen, housed in the original gold store room. The local pub has a bistro Wednesday to Saturday nights. An ideal venue for groups of up to 10 people or a peaceful getaway. Enjoy a spa under the stars, the pool or a game of tennis. Relax in the garden or in front of an open fire in the old courtroom. All this with views of the beautiful mountains surrounding the valley.
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Araluen Hotel

5943 Araluen Road, Araluen NSW 2622
Cold beer, drinks, great food and accommodation at the Araluen Hotel. Free wi-fi is also available. When you've spent the day driving or exploring the natural wonders of the area, drop in and refresh yourself. Relax in the beer garden, enjoy a game of pool, some songs on the jukebox or maybe stay the night. Monga and Deua National Parks are close by for picnicking, bushwalking and four wheel driving. Dinner, bed and breakfast packages are available....

Araluen Cultural Precinct

61 Larapinta Drive, Araluen NT 870
The Araluen Cultural Precinct is home to some of the most significant artistic, cultural and historical experiences in Alice Springs and provides a unique visitor experience, encompassing Central Australia’s key cultural institutions and collections. The Araluen Arts Centre showcases the beginning and continuing development of the contemporary Aboriginal art movement and is currently displaying the Desert Mob Exhibition with over 250 works from 31 aboriginal art centres throughout SA, WA and NT. The Araluen Art Collection is also on display including significant work by celebrated watercolourist Albert Namatjira. The Museum of Central Australia features exhibits of the unique natural and geological history of the region and incorporates the Strehlow Research Centre. The Central Australian Aviation Museum displays a selection of aircraft and an original Connellan Airways hangar. Central Craft includes a gallery, craft shop and workshop studio. Yaye’s Café serves coffee, breakfast, lunch and bush-inspired treats and is open from 9am Mon-Fri and from 8am Sat and Sun....

Alice Springs General Cemetery

22 Memorial Avenue, Araluen NT 870
The cemetery is divided into nine sections, each separated by north-south and east-west thoroughfares of compacted gravel and earth. Sections were initially based on religious denominations although there are exceptions. Generally, each section is divided into 12 rows designated A to L and each row is further subdivided into plots....

Connellan Hangar

6 Memorial Avenue, Araluen NT 870
Connellan Hangar is a pre-fabricated Sidney Williams steel-framed curved roof hangar clad in galvanised corrugated iron. The original dimensions of 54' x 45' were increased with lean-to extensions at rear, cement brick offices and workshops at the side and rear. The former Connellan Airways Hangar, now known as the Central Australian Aviation Museum, is the only substantial structure remaining from the Alice Springs Town Aerodrome which operated from 1921 until 1968. The founding of the Central Australian Aviation Museum is testimony to the community's high regard for the aviation industry in general and to Connellan Airways in particular for the service it provided to the remote outback of the Northern Territory....

Desert Mob

61 Larapinta Drive, Araluen NT 870
Desert Mob is unlike anything else and is one of the most anticipated and important Aboriginal art and cultural events in the nation. Bringing together Desart member art centres from across the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia, Desert Mob is a unique annual gathering of artists, artworks and audiences, in the heart of the region, Alice Springs. Desert Mob continues to be a bold and exhilarating statement of Aboriginal art and its dynamism and over 25 years it remains the most immediate interface between Aboriginal art making in remote desert communities and the wider world. The Desert Mob 2016 opening, including Exhibition, Symposium and MarketPlace, is an opportunity to view new developments in Aboriginal art, to meet the artists, listen to their stories and share their culture in the heart of their country. Spanning three galleries and hundreds of new works selected for inclusion by the artists and art centres, Desert Mob is both a testament to tradition and a testing ground for experimentation and innovation in contemporary Aboriginal art from the desert. The exhibition presents paintings, sculpture, weaving, wood carving, ceramics, prints, photography and works on paper by established and emerging artists....