Olive Pink Botanic Garden is a short walk from the centre of Alice Springs and has displays more than 600 species of native plants, including more than 40 endangered species. Olive Pink founded the garden in 1956.
You may see rock wallabies (Petrogale lateralis) and euros (Osphranter robustus) while walking through the garden, along with western bowerbirds (Chlamydera guttata) and grey-crowned babblers (Pomatostomus temporalis). The track to the top of Annie Meyer Hill is rough, but the views are spectacular.
The garden is open everyday except for Good Friday and 25 December. Entry by donation (cash or card). There is a café on site.