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Cocktail menu and end result of said drinks. - Bild von Tempo, Alice SpringsDoch wissen Sie auch schon, wo Sie überhaupt in Alice Springs oder gleich vier verschiedene Essgelegenheiten freuen: die Wein- und Cocktailbar „Tempo”,. Das Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters ist ein Anwesen mit 4,5 Sternen am von Outback und das Tempo, eine exklusive Tapas-, Wein- und Cocktailbar. Tempo, Alice Springs: 7 Bewertungen - bei Tripadvisor auf Platz 78 von 99 von 99 Alice Springs Restaurants; mit /5 von Reisenden bewertet.
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A surprising array of tasty dishes to enjoy in the bar lounge along with bar service. Food served promptly, well presented, and cooked to perfection.
We seen the ads on TV and it looked great so we called in for lunch I had pasta seafood. Hubby had fish both disappointed he thought the fish was dry and my pasta really tasted like canned spag with a couple of pieces of Would not return.
Hi Karen, It seems we have really missed the mark with your experience. We would love for you to contact us at fnb. Kind regards The team at Lasseters.
Lovely empty room with lots of space. Occasionally a staff member of the Casino may enter the room have a look around and the leave.
Lots of space to mingle with no-one. Hi Stephen, Thank you for taking the time to write a review. Tempo has been used as a function space for a while now but a re-launch is planned shortly.
We very much appreciate your feedback. After hearing great reviews on the place my friend and I decided to make a night of it and book into the casino for a night paying for a room each and headed to Tempo for a special occasion.
It was just the two Order first cocktail, they didn't have the apple. Went to order most basic platter of dips on the menu they didn't have the bread!
Went to order more drinks to which they did not have the liquor. On finally ordering our food they also did not have another dish. Had to ask for service for drinks go looking for staff.
Food arrived well over an hour later other tables who ordered later received there's first?? We ordered four side dishes one come out.
Forth never arrived and staff were unaware and confused. We planned to stay longer but asked for our bill and left. The most concerning part of the night was when a very intoxicated man came into the restaurant and was served a drink which he took outside of the bar.
Quite estonishing actually. I don't normally bother to right reviews but feel so disgusted in the poor service and would not recommend this place to anyone.
Ruined what we thought would be a great night. Alice Springs and the surrounding region have four elected members to the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly.
Araluen and Braitling are entirely within Alice Springs, while the mostly rural seats of Gwoja known as Stuart before and Namatjira spill into the town.
Historically, Alice Springs has tilted conservative. It was a stronghold for the Country Liberal Party for many years; only the northeast part of which is in Stuart leans Labor.
However, these trends were dramatically altered at the election. Former Chief Minister and Alice Springs resident Adam Giles lost Braitling to Labor, Araluen was retained by CLP-turned-independent Robyn Lambley , and Namatjira and Stuart fell to Labor.
As a result, the CLP was completely shut out of Alice Springs for the first time ever. The CLP regained Braitling and Namatjira in , while Lambley retained Araluen for her new party, the Territory Alliance.
Lingiari is currently held by Labor member and Alice Springs resident Warren Snowdon. Alice Springs began as a service town to the pastoral industry that first came to the region.
The introduction of the rail line increased its economy. There are also caravan parks. A dispatch centre for the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia operates here.
Education is overseen territory-wide by the Department of Education and Training DET. It works to continually improve education outcomes for all students, with a focus on Indigenous students.
Alice Springs is served by nineteen public and private schools that cater to local and overseas students. Over 3, primary and secondary students are enrolled in schools in Alice Springs, with 2, students attending primary education, and 1, students attending secondary education.
Alice Springs has an Alice Springs School of the Air which delivers education to students in remote areas. The Alice Springs Campus of Charles Darwin University offers courses in TAFE and higher education.
The Centre for Appropriate Technology was established in and provides a range of services to encourage and help Aboriginal people enhance their quality of life in remote communities.
Alice Springs' desert lifestyle has inspired several unique events, such as the Alice Desert Festival, the Red Centre NATS, Parrtjima, the Camel Cup , the Henley-on-Todd Regatta , the Beanie Festival and the Finke Desert Race.
The Finke Desert Race is a 'there and back' challenge from Alice Springs to Aputula Finke Community, covering a kilometre round trip.
Alice Springs is known as the Aboriginal Art capital of Central Australia, home to many local and Aboriginal art galleries.
Trade in Aboriginal art soared after the painting movement began at Papunya , a Central Australian Aboriginal settlement, and swept other indigenous communities.
Central Australia is the home of some of the most prominent names in Aboriginal art, including Emily Kngwarreye , Minnie Pwerle , Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri , Albert Namatjira and Wenten Rubuntja.
The Strehlow Archives also contain materials linked to the Arrernte people of Central Australia. The Araluen Centre for Arts and Entertainment presents world-class ballets and orchestras, as well as local performances.
The Women's Museum of Australia formerly National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame is located in the grounds of Old Alice Springs Gaol in the Heritage Precinct.
Here women's stories from across Australia are presented with the lives of outback women as well as stories from the Old Gaol and Labour Prison. Objects include a large "Signature" quilt with signatures of over women first in their field and a 4.
The town has some excellent small museums. The extensive collection at the Old Timer's Traeger Museum on the North Stuart Highway includes artefacts from the town's early Afghan and German residents, traditional Aboriginal artefacts and objects which show the early fusion of European and Aboriginal cultures, such as a spinifex -handled glass-bladed knife.
Included in the collection are soapstone carvings by Arrernte artist Erlikilyika. Leisure and entertainment activities include hiking in the nearby MacDonnell Ranges , driving the four-wheel-drive tracks at Finke Gorge National Park.
The Alice Springs Desert Park was created to educate visitors about the many facets of the surrounding desert environment. The arid climate botanic garden, Olive Pink Botanic Garden , is a short distance from the town centre.
They were named after anthropologist, naturalist and artist Olive Pink , who lived in the town for almost 30 years and died in She was well known locally and referred to by all as Miss Pink.
The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is located in the town centre. Alice Springs has a high rate of participation in many different sports, including tennis, hockey , Australian rules football , basketball, baseball, golf, soccer, cricket , rugby and boxing.
Australian rules football is a particularly popular sport in Alice Springs in terms of both participation and as a spectator sport.
The Central Australian Football League formed in has several teams. The sport is particularly popular in Indigenous communities. The local stadium, Traeger Park , has a 10, seat capacity and was designed to host pre-season AFL and is currently home to the Northern Territory Thunder.
In , an AFL pre-season Regional Challenge match between Collingwood Football Club and Port Adelaide Football Club attracted a capacity sell-out crowd.
Rugby league has been a part of the local sporting scene since The Australian Rugby League has held a number of pre-season games in Alice Springs, at ANZAC Oval.
The local competition is the Central Australian Rugby Football League, and sanctions both Junior and Senior Rugby League matches. There are 4 senior teams in Alice Springs; Wests, Memo, United and Vikings.
Matches are held during the winter months at ANZAC oval on Saturday afternoons. Organized baseball has been played in Alice Springs since the mids.
Currently under the national organisation of the Australian Baseball Federation , the Alice Springs Baseball Association organises baseball competitions for youth players aged 5 to 18 and an adult competition played at Jim McConville Park and on Lyel Kempster Field at Traeger Park.
As part of the worldwide Little League network, Alice Springs players and compete in the Australian National Little League competitions.
The Alice Springs Golf Course, an hole championship layout golf course designed by the architects Thomson Wolveridge, was opened in by a challenge match between top professionals Greg Norman and Johnny Miller.
The course record of 64 is held jointly by, amateur members, Leigh Shacklady and Kerryn Heaver, beating professional Stuart Appleby's Adam Scott won the Australian Boys Amateur Championship held there in Cricket is a popular sport in Alice Springs and is primarily played at Traeger Park.
The Imparja Cup Cricket Carnival first was played in and attracts Indigenous teams from all across Australia. The four main clubs are Federal Demons CC, Rovers CC, RSL Works CC and Wests CC.
Soccer is very popular among the younger community. A high number of children play it. Soccer is also played frequently by amateur adults in different divisions.
There is also an all-African league for soccer in Alice Springs. The most successful Club in the town is Alice Springs Celtic.
The Traeger Park sporting complex also hosts tennis, baseball, boxing, swimming, canoe polo , hockey, basketball, squash, badminton, gymnastics and skateboarding.
A unique sporting event, held annually, is the Henley-on-Todd Regatta , also known as the Todd River Race. It is a sand river race with bottomless boats and it remains the only dry river regatta in the world.
Another unusual sporting event is the Camel Cup. The annual Camel Cup is held in July at Blatherskite Park, part of the Central Australian Show Society grounds.
It is a full day event featuring a series of races using camels instead of horses. Every year, on the Queen's Birthday long weekend, the annual Finke Desert Race is held.
It is a gruelling off-road race that runs from Alice Springs to the Finke community, then back again the next day. It attracts spectators, who camp along the whole length of the track, and roughly competitors, buggies and bikes, every year, making it the biggest sporting event in the Alice Springs calendar.
Drag racing is held at the Alice Springs Inland Dragway which in June hosted a round of the national Aeroflow Sportsman Drag Racing Championship.
Alice Springs is also home to the Arunga Park Speedway , a metre dirt oval speedway. The speedway runs from August to March and caters to cars, solos and sidecars.
Located just off the Stuart Highway on the northern edge of the town, Arunga Park hosted the Australian Sidecar Championship in and the Australian Solo Championship in Property crime and violent crime, including domestic violence , often linked to alcohol abuse , has been a significant social issue in Alice Springs in the 21st century, with most of the victims being residents of the town.
Many approaches and programs have been tried over the years, with varying levels of success. As of [update] there has been a downward trend in most categories of crime.
Alice Springs is served by both local and national radio and television services. The government-owned ABC provides four broadcast radio stations — local radio ABC Alice Springs and the national networks ABC Radio National , ABC Classic FM and Triple J.
The national Christian radio network Vision Radio Network broadcasts on Observations synoptic past 24 hours this month averages.
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Average This Month. Long-term Average. Highest This Month. Highest On Record. Wettest This Month. The great - the cocktails - good range, great taste, good price especially the teapot for 2 - the decor - a mix of sofas, armchairs, chairs, stools - the layout - three distinct sections, with the ability for them to be shut off, making for an easy private function - the music - loud enough to enjoy, but not so loud that you have to raise your voice to be heard speakers in the roof well dispersed across the areas , and a very good mix - the staff - friendly and accommodating The good - food quality Needs improvement - Portion sizes of some of the tapas - some dishes only give you 3 servings which is hard to 'share' between two people This is one of the few places in Alice Springs where you can feel like you're somewhere else.
If you're looking to relax, and are after a drink, you'd be hard pressed to find anywhere as good as this in the town. Thanks for taking the time to write a review!
Tempo is our newest edition here at Lasseters and is receiving some great feedback and its always great to hear how you think we can make it better.
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