John Flynn's Grave Historical Reserve, Alice Springs

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#9 of 17 in Parks in Alice Springs
Nature / Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
John Flynn (25 November 1880 – 5 May 1951) was an Australian Presbyterian minister who founded the Australian Inland Mission (AIM) which later separated into Frontier Services and the Presbyterian Inland Mission, as well as founding what became the Royal Flying Doctor Service, the world's first air ambulance.

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  • This memorial to John Flynn is a simple one, but the information boards explain why he should be remembered for his contribution to making life in the outback safer.  more »
  • The ranges form a backdrop for this unusual gravesite. I don't know if Flynn really lies here, but it is spectacular and novel. Not far out of Alice, you come across it quite quickly perched on a...  more »
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  • Good views of the range above the desert park. Interesting to read about "Flynn of the Inland".
  • Such a beautiful place to lay rest an amazing man

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