Simpsons Gap is a scenic natural gorge located in the West MacDonnell Ranges in the Northern Territory of Australia. The gap is named after John Simpson, who was a member of the Simpson exploration party that passed through the area in 1871.
The gap is about 18 km west of Alice Springs, and it is a popular destination for tourists. The towering red cliffs that line the gap provide a stunning backdrop to the natural waterhole that is fed by the Roe Creek.
The area is also known for its diverse wildlife, including the black-footed rock wallaby and the rare central rock rat. There are several walking trails in the area, ranging from easy strolls to more challenging hikes, which offer visitors the chance to explore the unique flora and fauna of the region.
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