Camped here for 2 nights and had a great time. Friendly staff, great breakfasts! The camp site was well grassed, and shower block clean. There were a couple of school groups next to us also, but well managed. Was great to see the camels and the donkey. Their friendly dog took us for a great walk out to the water tanks, which my son just loved. And the helicopter flight over the surrounding area was a real highlight thanks to a great pilot.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ian and Lyn Conway established Kings Creek Station in 1981. The station lies 36 kilometres from the magnificent Kings Canyon (Watarrka) and is set amongst majestic desert oaks. Kings Creek Station is a working cattle/camel station with facilities for camping, accommodation and an opportunity to experience the outback either by quad (4 wheel motorbike), helicopter or camel. Basic supplies, meals and drinks can be bought at the station shop. You could even try one of our famous Kings Creek camel burgers!!!! The station is the largest exporter of wild camels in Australia and sells camels for live export, live domestic sales and meat. 37 documentaries have been filmed at Kings Creek and the station hosted Australian Geographics' fourth expedition. In 2001 the world famous Australian Safari travelled through and stayed at the station. Kings Creek Station has also been featured on 7 Sunrise Weather hosted by Grant Denyer in 2012. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kings Creek Station Hotel Alice Springs