Things to do at Kings Creek Station

Located in the stark orange scenery of Australia’s Outback near Uluru, Kings Creek Station is a working cattle and camel station that offers visitors camping facilities, accommodation, and a range of activities that let you experience the stunning landscape.

The station itself is the largest exporter of wild camels in Australia, and is known for its countrywide famous camel burgers, but that’s not all it has to offer.

In the picturesque surroundings of the station, there is plenty to see and do. Situated at the bottom of George Gill Range, just 36km from the sprawling, impressive silhouette of Kings Canyon, the station offers a surreal slice of traditional Australian outback. Dotted around, there are desert oaks, tufts of wild flowers, and an incredible selection of animal species to spot, making it the perfect place to camp under the stars.

Things to do at Kings Creek Station

Watch the Sunset

The sunset in this part of Australia is a truly spectacular show. From the station’s café, you can kick back with a glass of wine and soak up the scenery as it changes from umber to vibrant shades of pink and yellow. When you get peckish, you can tuck into a special Kings Creek camel burger, or simply chill out by the pool with an icy cocktail in hand.

Take a Hike

Lots of visitors opt to hike to the George Gill lookout, where there are magnificent views to be had. Here, you can gaze out over Kings Canyon and the surrounding desert scenery that sprawls out, uninterrupted, for hundreds of kilometres.

Ride a Camel

The station is famed for its camel population, so it makes sense that camel riding in the desert is one of the best-loved activities kings-creek-station sunetfor visitors. You can plod through the landscape on these majestic creatures, exploring red sand dunes, thick scrub, and endless golden views or, if you fancy something a bit more adventurous, you can take a quad bike out and explore the landscape at a faster pace.

Explore From Above

One of the best ways to get a taste for the Australian outback and its vastness is to explore it from above. From Kings Creek Station, you can take a helicopter ride into the skies and peer down on the labyrinth of crags, canyons, and unusual rock formations below.

However you choose to spend your time at Kings Creek Station, just know that there are plenty of relaxing adventures to be had.

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