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Alice Springs is located in the ‘outback’ of the Australian continent, roughly halfway between Darwin and Adelaide. With a culturally diverse population of 29,000 people, it is the second-largest city in the Northern Territory.
Alice Springs offers most of the facilities you will find in any urban area of Australia, including opportunities for sport & recreation, sight-seeing, cultural immersion and entertainment.
About Alice Springs
Alice Springs is the physical and spiritual heart of our beautiful country. The town is recognised as one of the most diverse and accepting communities in the country, and the 29,000 residents have come from far and wide.
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Our top three favourite things to do in Alice Springs:
Alice Springs experiences desert weather, which is one of theextremes, with hot summers and cold winters.
Summer (December – February)
In summer average temperatures range from 20 - 35°C and January is the wettest month of the year.
Autumn (March – May)
Autumn is warm days and cool nights. Average temperatures range from 12 - 27°C.
Winter (June – August)
During winter, average temperatures fall between 4.8 - 20°C. Temperatures at night can drop below 0°C.
Spring (September – November)
In spring the weather begins to warm up with average temperatures between 13.8 - 30.6°C.
There is a public bus service that operates Monday – Saturday excluding public holidays.
Alternatively, the town centre is quite small, so you can easily walk or ride a bicycle. Taxis are also available.
CDU operates Alice Springs' student accommodation. It is only two kilometres from Alice Springs' CBD, and designed as a twin-share facility. For more information visit: Alice Springs Student Accommodation.
Share accommodation in Alice Springs can vary in prices depending on the suburb; renting options can be found online here:
Your cost of living and studying in Australia will depend on the lifestyle you choose to lead. Generally, allow between $20,000 and $25,000 per year for your living expenses. Also, budget $500 approximately for books and stationery each semester. A married student will need an additional $7,100 per year for a spouse and $3,040 for a child.