Kings Creek Station

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.
Kings Creek Station, Petermann, Northern Territory, Australia
Rates from $90
  
  

Kings Creek Station Details 

Overview

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.
36 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.

Safari Cabins
Located against the backdrop of the George Gill Ranges, our unique safari cabins offer comfortable and affordable accommodation.
Kings Creek Safari Cabins are permanent canvas cabins constructed of steel frames, solid floors and lockable doors. Featuring light and power the cabins are twin share with all linen provided. There are shared toilet and shower facilities, kitchen, grassed picnic area and swimming pool.
The kitchen provides tea & coffee facilities, microwave, fridge and gas BBQ; perfect if you want to prepare your own meal! Alternatively order from our extensive menu, which caters for all budgets and tastes. BBQ packs are available at the shop along with bottled wine and beer.
Cabins are provided on a bed and breakfast basis. The Bushman's style breakfast consists of: bacon & eggs, toast and tea & coffee.

Camping
Set amongst natural bush with views of the George Gill Range, our campground offers a choice of grassed and un-grassed sites, with or without power. Toilet, shower and laundry facilities are provided; and don't forget the swimming pool!
Our spacious campground provides various sized sites catering for tents, caravans, campervans and swags. Native trees provide shade and privacy giving an air of peace and tranquility.

Luxury Glamping
Our luxury secluded glamping tents are positioned along the escarpment and elevated to provide maximum airflow and views. These spacious and beautifully appointed tents allow you to really experience iconic Australian camping on a truly genuine but luxurious level. The focus is on comfort with quality linens and décor, king-size or twin beds, a private bathroom with a difference, luxury amenities, bathrobe and slippers, power, heating, air-conditioning and coffee pod machine.
Lounge in the pool or on the deck with the vast desert as your back drop and keep an eye out for wildlife that may wander into view.
Stargaze the desert skies or toast marshmallows by your private fire.
The self cook bush inspired BBQ dinner and breakfast hamper will be provided with all the trimmings to create a memorable outback dining experience. Enjoy the selection of drinks to complement your meals.
We also can arrange a variety of optional extras to make your stay with us even more unforgettable.
Quad bike experiences, cultural tours, helicopter flights, hosted dinners and picnic lunches.

Remote or Romantic
Picture yourself lifting off from the station to revel in a late afternoon helicopter flight over the George Gill Range. Land at your exclusive campsite in time for sunset drinks and tasty treats.
Dine out on freshly prepared outback fare and discover the wonders of the southern night sky as you camp in a swag around a campfire. Fly back to the station the next morning for a hearty cooked breakfast.

Rooms

Kings Creek Station has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms featuring pure luxury throughout.

Inclusions

Toilet and shower facilities
Grassed picnic area and swimming pool.
The kitchen provides tea & coffee facilities
Microwave
Fridge and gas BBQ;
Laundry facilities
Swimming pool
Bathrobe and slippers
Power
Heating
Air-conditioning and coffee pod machine

Checking In & Out

Check-in from 2pm and check-out by 11am

Rates

Safari Cabins
Peak Rates 1st April 2016 to 31st October 2016
$90.00 per adult per night (2 adults, twin share).
$56.00 per child per night (6-16 years).
$111.00 per single occupancy.
$30.00 per swag hire (child use only 10 or under).
These prices include a cooked bushmans breakfast, available from 7am to 9am.

Off Peak Rates 1st November 2016 to 31st March 2017
$80.00 per adult per night (2 adults, twin share).
$53.00 per child per night (6-16 years).
$105.00 per single occupancy.
$30.00 per swag hire (child use only 10 or under).
These prices include a cooked bushmans breakfast, available from 7am to 9am.

Camping
Prices effective 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017.
$24.50 per adult, per child (6-16 years) $9.50- powered site per night
$21.50 per adult, per child (6-16 years) $8.50 - unpowered site per night
$52.00 family powered site - 2 x adults plus children under 16 per night
$46.50 family unpowered site - 2 x adults plus children under 16 per night

Luxury Glamping
Optional dining extras
Hosted dinner under the stars $100pp
Hosted breakfast $50pp
Picnic lunch $ 28pp

Optional adventure activities
Quad bike tour to accommodation 30 mins $65
Quad bike tour 1hr $105pp
Quad bike tour 2.5hrs to the Petroglyphs $228
Aboriginal Cultural tour 1hr $60
Helicopter flights starting from $70

Remote or Romantic
Price starting from $465.00 per person (price includes, camp cook, meals, swag hire and 5 minute helicopter flight to the campsite & a 5 minute flight back in the morning).
Checking In & Out
$90 / per night
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Hospitality 

Food

The area offers some fantastic food options sourcing the region’s best produce and catering to a range of budgets, see some of the best below:
Page 27 Cafe
Hanuman Alice Springs
Epilogue Lounge
Loco Burrito
Make sure you book in advance if you plan to eat at any of the above restaurants as they are very popular and easily fill for the weekend.
We also offer a concierge service on this property if you would like us to arrange any bookings.

Location 

Getting There and Distances

Kings Creek can be reached from a number of roads. Travelling from Alice Springs you have 3 options. You can travel via the
Mereenie Loop Road, the Ernest Giles Road (both dirt and approximately 300kms from Alice Springs), or the Luritja Road via
Lasseter Highway (sealed and 450kms from Alice Springs).
If travelling from Uluru (Ayers Rock) or Erldunda on the Lasseter Highway the turn off is at the Luritja junction. Distance
from Uluru (Ayers Rock) is 300kms.
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