Kings Creek Station

Kings Creek Station

12725 Luritja Road, Petermann, NT 0872

Kings Creek Station is where you can enjoy the outback and be close to the fantastic Kings Canyon. Kings Creek has a range of activities you can do onsite like a buggy station tour, helicopter flights, or you can go swimming.

Room options

The room options range from basic to luxurious. But if you want to camp, there are camping grounds with grassed and dirt sites that are powered or unpowered. On the sites, you’ll have access to the toilet, shower, and laundry facilities.

Bush tents

The bush tents may look basic, but don’t let that stop you from staying here! The tents feature air conditioning and have two single beds. You also have views of the rocky outcrop from the George Gill Ranges.

You have access to share facilities like the toilets, shower, kitchen, fire pit, picnic area, and swimming pool.

Mort Conway

These tents are spacious and have either a king bed or two single beds. The tent has a split system air conditioner, a mini fridge and your own private ensuite.

Drovers Dream

Experience the outback in style with furnished and luxurious tents. You get incredible views of the Watarrka landscape and the George Gill Ranges. Enjoy the sunrise or sunset in the comfort of your own queen bed in the split system air conditioned tent. These tents also come with an ensuite, a deck, BBQ, and a fire pit.

Dreamtime escarpment package

Get some of the best views of all tents at Kings Creek Station! These tents give you the outback experience but in a luxurious style. The tents will have an air conditioner, heater private bathroom and you have the option of a king bed or two single beds.

There is also a pool you can relax or sit on the deck and enjoy the views while keeping watch of some wildlife. When the night comes, enjoy sitting around your private campfire.

All room options include breakfast. All rooms but bush tents come with dinner. The Dreamtime Escarpment package includes a cheese platter and a drinks package.

What’s Nearby?

The Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Centre is a six minute drive where you can experience Aboriginal culture.

Kings Canyon is about a half an hour’s drive away where you can walk and see the lavish Garden of Eden. The garden has a waterhole and many native flowers and plants to see.

Uluru is also just under a three hour drive away. You can walk around Uluru or watch the sunset over the red rock.

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