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Alice Springs Desert Park

The Alice Springs Desert Park is an environmental education facility in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is sited on 1,300 hectares, with a core area of 52 hectares. It is an institutional member of the Zoo and Aquarium Association (ZAA) and Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI). The park contains native animals and plants representative of central Australian desert environments, and contributes to their conservation through research programs as well as through public education. It offers people the opportunity to experience the variety of the deserts of central Australia, exploring the inter-relationships between the plants, animals and people.

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Entrance Desert Park is overlooked by the McDonald Ranges

Desert Park Australia's most amazing zoo

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Desert Park, you can plant a tree
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