Go beyond a typical museum visit. Delve deeper into the fascinating stories of the station and the township with a daily guided tour.

General FAQ’s

Here are some frequently asked questions about Alice springs Telegraph Station

Is the Telegraph Station part of the National Park?

The Telegraph Station is located within the National Park. Whilst the National Park is free to enter, there is an entry fee to the historic precinct which you pay at the Trail Station Café.

Are the Telegraph Station and National Park opening hours the same?

No, the Telegraph Station is open between 8am – 4pm and the National Park is open between 8am – 9pm.

Where can I pay the entry fee to the historic precinct?

Entry fee is onsite only, at the Trail Station Café

Do you accept cash & card as methods of payment?

Yes, we accept both

Are guided tours included in the entry ticket?

Yes – our guided tours operate daily at 9:30am and 11:30am between March – November

Can I bring my pet?

Unfortunately as the Telegraph Station Historical Reserve is a national park, dogs or other pets (other than guide dogs) are not allowed on site

Do you offer bike hires?

No we don’t, however Red Centre Adventure do, and are located within close proximity to the Telegraph Station (https://www.redcentre.fun/)

Can I host a function or event in the picnic area of the National Park?

As this is part of the National Park, please contact the authorities of the park at (08) 8952 1013

What facilities are available at the National Park?

The public facilities available include:

  • Information signs
  • Drinking water
  • Public toilets
  • Disabled access
  • Picnic tables
  • BBQs
  • Ranger station – for emergency contact only

Do you accommodate dietary requirements?

Yes, we have a range of gluten free and vegetarian options, and various milk types available