Tours

Australia 2013/14 - Alice Springs

After England retained the Ashes here - have you just got to be there? If you are booking up - don't miss out on a trip to Alice Springs.

An England XI will be stopping off on their way to Adelaide as they take on the Chairman's XI at Traeger Park on 29th - 30th November in the iconic outback town of Alice Springs and we can't wait to be there with them...

This is the first time the match, originally scheduled for Canberra, has been played in the Northern Territory and the first time England have played here. With the large gap between Brisbane (21st - 25th November) and Adelaide (5th - 9th December), this is the perfect time to watch England play somewhere new from a grassy bank, explore this amazing area full of rich red rock and stunning mountain ranges, enjoy a drink with the locals in a traditional Aussie watering hole and visit one of the icons of Australia - the legendary Uluru (Ayers Rock).

We have compiled for you a list of what to do, how to get there and where to stay. For anyone travelling on an official Barmy Army tour, please contact Barmy Travel and they will be able to add this to your itinerary.

How to get there?

How to get there?

Direct flights and scenic railway trips available

When you're not at the cricket

When you're not at the cricket

Plethora of activities and adventures to be had outside of the cricket

Watering Holes

Watering Holes

Where to eat and drink in Alice Springs

Cricket Facts, Stats and Ticket Details

Cricket Facts, Stats and Ticket Details

Need to know details about the cricket match itself

Where to stay

Where to stay

Range of accommodations to suit all budgets available

Barmy Offers

Barmy Offers

Great offers for you - including activities, adventure and accommodation