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Palm Valley Tour From Alice Springs

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Day tour to ancient Palm Valley on Finke River. See historic mission buildings at Hermannsburg Aboriginal Community. Read reviews of 4wd tour to West MacDonnell Ranges which includes morning tea and picnic lunch.

Palm Valley Tour commences at 7.00am and concludes at around 4.30pm. Palm Valley is the only place in the world where you can see the ancient Livistonia Mariae, the red cabbage palm.

Palm Valley in the West MacDonnell ranges of central Australia. This is an amazing full day tour to one of the wonders of the Red Centre.

Leaving Alice Springs by 4WD, you travel to the Finke River and the journey to Palm Valley.

Palm Valley is noted for the relic cabbage palm Livistona Mariae. It is a wonder how these palms have lasted in the arid land of Central Australia since the beginning of time and really is one of the most popular tourist attractions outback of Alice Springs.

You have the opportunity to hike to Kalarranga Lookout and then Cycad Gorge. This country is awesome and very remote, so you seem to travel backwards in time.

After a delicious picnic lunch, you will travel into the West MacDonnell Ranges with a stop at the historic Hermannsburg Aboriginal Community.

The famous aboriginal painter, Albert Namatjira, was born at the Hermannsburg mission in 1902 and today aboriginal sand paintings and artifacts are available for purchased at the tea rooms.

Don't miss this tour while you are in Alice Springs, Palm Valley is truly a sight that everyone should visit.