The Overlanders Steakhouse, located in Alice Springs, was established in 1971 to honour the men and women of Australia who ventured into its great outback country. Overlanders were the people involved in the largest movements of cattle in the history of Australia. Also honoured are explorers, miners, settlers and bush workers. The Steakhouse is now often described as a living museum, offering a unique dining experience. One feature of the menu is the Drovers Blowout, which includes soup, emu, crocodile, camel, barramundi, beef and kangaroo. Finish off with tea, coffee and dessert and take your souvenir menu home. An a la carte menu is also available. Accommodation pick ups and drop offs are available as part of the Drovers Blowout package.
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A bit expensive for the quaility of food. The meat seemed overspiced to me, however the bread and soup were both amazing! The atsmosphere of the resturant is very nice and it the service was one of the best we've had in Alice Springs. Defintely a place we'll go again sometime. The prices leave it as more of a 'special event' sort of resturant in my opinion.