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The Link to the "King's Canyon" directs to a U.S. national park..

I fixed that Tensaibuta 07:47, 17 June 2007 (EDT)
Try again. I think you'll find that it links to Watarrka National Park, which is located in the Northern Territory region of Australia. King's Canyon is an attraction within this park. WindHorse 07:51, 17 June 2007 (EDT)
Forget my comments above. The first contributor didn't sign, and I didn't read the second part fully. WindHorse 07:53, 17 June 2007 (EDT)

To anonymous

Hi, thanks for your impressive work on Alice Springs. The Get Out section is rather exhaustive. I would suggest to move it or parts of it to a higher level (Northern Territory or Red center). What do you think ?

Tensaibuta 09:29, 3 September 2007 (EDT)

Hey, I think that's me - not sure but I think I did most of the editing there. I do have a login but I was lazy and didn't sign in. Thank you for the compliment! I couldn't believe how small the Alice Springs page was considering how much there is to do out here! It *is* a small town, but we're not *that* small.

It is a lot on the "get out" section, but the location out here is so remote that there is no other practical base of operations for accessing these areas - Maybe they should also be in the NT page too? But there's no way to get to the gorges from Darwin without stopping in Alice. It's sort of a big cluster of trails and roads that start here in Alice and only go to these gaps and gorges, little day trips, unless you're packing out for a week or so to go four wheel driving. Do you live out here?


what about a section on crime and safety in this areA?