Alice Springs Airport (ASP)
Driving Directions / Travel by Car
(Alice Springs, Northern Territory - NT, Australia)
The Alice Springs area of Australia is known for its National Parks and mountain ranges. Alice Springs Airport (ASP) lies to the south of the town centre and can be reached from a number of directions.
Notable locations close to the airport include Amoonguna to the north-east, the Jay Creek Aboriginal Land and Pine Gap to the north-west, and the Ooraminna Waterhole to the far south.
Important roads that lead to Alice Springs Airport include Stuart Highway, which runs in a north / south direction and in intersected by the Ross Highway. Further north and close to the very centre of Alice Springs, Undoolya Road, Stott Terrace, Gap Road, Larapinta Drive and Bradshaw Drive all interconnect and eventually join Stuart Highway. From the south, Alice Springs airport can be reached along Old South Road, which is fed by both Maryvale Road and the Hugh River Stock Route.
Directions to Alice Springs Airport (ASP) from the town centre:
- Alice Springs Airport (ASP) is situated 15 km / 9 miles from central Alice Springs
- The airport has good connections to region's highway network and is well signposted
- Major roads that travel to Alice Springs Airport include the Stuart Highway, which is the main route to the airport. Exit Stuart Highway and travel along either Colonel Rose Drive or Deepwell Road, following signs towards the airport
- The journey from the airport into the centre of Alice Springs lasts approximately 30 minutes
Alice Springs Airport (ASP): Virtual Google Maps