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Working with Our Community

The Alice Springs Desert Park is committed to sharing our specialist expertise and working with our community towards a sustainable future.

Regional Community Learning Programs

The aim of our Regional Community Learning Programs is to instil regional ownership of the Alice Springs Desert Park, foster intercultural understanding and promote community inclusion for health and wellbeing. For more information and to make a booking:

2014 Oral History in the Park

2013 Oral History audio links

Bush Medicine Tour


Cultural Manners

Teacher Professional Learning

Teambuilding Treasure Hunt

Working with Tourists

Work Rules!

Culturally Grounded Governance

We have been working with the Central Arrernte Aboriginal people who traditionally speak for the land on which the Desert Park is built since the beginning of the planning process. Read about our shared journey and the power and relevance of traditional governance systems in our modern world.

Sustainable Gardens in Remote Communities

PowerPlants is an opportunity for people living in remote communities to develop skills in arid zone horticulture to create and maintain their own Bush Medicine and Bush Food garden. For more information or to register.