We have 4 powered sites and unlimited unpowered sites available.
- Powered sites are $45 per night.
- There is no charge for unpowered sites.
It is wise to book powered sites in advance if you need them, however we do not take bookings or reservations for unpowered sites.
We do not allocate specific space for each unpowered site, so it is an issue of first in best dressed. The earlier you arrive, the better choice you will have of sites.
In recognition of the very high costs in providing water and power as a service to visitors, there is a small charge per person for your hot shower for everyone using the campground, this includes both powered and unpowered sites.
Collect and bring your own wood for your campsite (along the roadside is the best place to find wood, there is no longer any wood in our immediate vicinity).
You may have pets in the campground, please keep them under your control at all times. You are welcome to leave them at your campsite to visit the national parks, (they must be inside the van or tied up outside) and I’m sure you can appreciate that we cannot take any responsibility for your pet.
Water is available at the amenities building. If you wish to fill your tanks with our water, the cost is $10 per tank per fill.
None of our sites (either powered or unpowered) are grassed – the campground is all dirt – and there is limited shade available. (However, in the busy time of the year, this means that the sunshine is a great gift!)
The nearest black water dump site is at Ayers Rock Resort.
Please come into the store when you arrive and our team will show you where you can set up.
There are specific areas where you can camp and areas that are restricted. You may be asked to move if you are in the wrong area – this protects your safety and our privacy.
Come up and join us for a cold drink and dinner after you day of exploring our amazing part of the country.