Red Centre Camping

The Red Centre is a place rich in Aboriginal culture and rugged outback beauty. With its many National Parks and Aboriginal sacred sites, the Red Centre is an important part of Australia's rich national heritage.

Kings Creek Station
Kings Creek Station is a cattle station with a range of accommodation options from camping to luxury tents. Guests also have the opportunity to experience outback activities (subject to availability / operating months)
AccreditationCamping FeeToiletsShowersLaundromatPicnic TablesShadeCaravansLong RigTent SitePowerPets WelcomeSwimming PoolMealsCoffee & TeaWalkingPhoto OpportunityNon Drinking WaterFire PlaceCamp KitchenCold DrinksTakeaway Food
  • Campground
  • Sit Down Meals
  • Cafe
  • Resort
  • Restaurant

Ayers Rock Resort Campground
Ayers Rock Resort Campground is the only campground/caravan park at the tourist resort of Yulara.
Park Use FeeCamping FeeToiletsAccessibleHot ShowersDrinking WaterHose Attachment TapLaundromatMobile Phone CoverageShadeBBQCamp KitchenBinCabinsCaravansLong RigDump PointCamp TrailersTent SitePowerSwimming PoolMeals
  • Campground
  • Cabins
  • Resort
  • Information
  • Fuel Available

Birdsville Tourist Park
The Birdsville Tourist Park is located in the iconic town that is home to the famous Birdsville Races. There is a lot more to Birdsville than just the races so why not plan a visit and explore this unique area of outback Australia.
ToiletsAccessibleShowersDrinking WaterCamp TrailersLaundromatCold DrinksCamp KitchenMobile Phone CoverageShadeBinCaravansLong RigTent SitePowerInternet CafePets WelcomeCanoeing Kayaking
  • Caravan Park
  • Campground
  • Kiosk

Whistle Duck Creek Campground
Whistle Duck Creek Campground is remote, rugged and beautiful. A favourite place for birdwatching, with many species of birds and other wildlife. You will need a high clearance 4WD to reach this spot.
Dry Access OnlyRough Road ConditionsCamping FeeToiletsShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceCaravansTent SiteNo Pets
  • Campground

Kulgera Roadhouse
The most southerly town in the Northern Territory is Kulgera. The Kulgera Roadhouse is everything you would expect from an outback outpost. All the action is at the pub, where great meals are available.
Day Rest AreaCamping FeeToiletsAccessibleShowersDrinking WaterPublic PhonePicnic TablesBBQCaravansLong RigTent SitePets WelcomeMealsTakeaway FoodCoffee & TeaCold DrinksUnleaded Petrol BowserPremium Petrol BowserDiesel BowserSwimming Pool
  • Roadhouse
  • Caravan Park
  • Convenience Store
  • Takeaway Food
  • Campground

Old Police Station Waterhole Campground
Old Police Station Waterhole is a permanent body of water that attracts may species of birds and other wildlife. Level grassy camping sites are available beside the edge of the water, providing great opportunities for catching that award-winning photo.
Dry Access OnlyRough Road ConditionsCamping FeeToiletsShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceCaravansTent SiteNo PetsSwimmingWalkingPhoto Opportunity
  • Campground
  • National Park

John Hayes Rockhole Campground
John Hayes Rockhole is a small campground within the Trephina Gorge Nature Park. This campground has toilets and picnic tables but no water.
Dry Access OnlyRough Road ConditionsCamping FeeToiletsShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceNo CaravansNo Long RigsTent SiteNo PetsWalkingSwimmingPhoto OpportunityInformation Centre
  • Campground
  • Information

Old Ambalindum Homestead
Old Ambalindum Homestead is more than just a farm stay – in fact a station stay with a difference is a better description!
Camping FeeRough Road ConditionsDry Access OnlyToiletsShowersDrinking WaterShadeFire PlaceBBQCaravansDump PointTent SitePowerPets WelcomeWalkingPhoto OpportunitySwimmingSwimming PoolBird WatchingCanoeing Kayaking
  • Campground
  • Fossicking Site

Trephina Gorge Campground
Trephina Gorge Nature Park lies in the East MacDonnell Ranges, 85 kilometres East of Alice Springs, and is notable for its sheer quartzite cliffs, Red River Gums and sandy creek bed.
Camping FeeDry Access OnlyToiletsDrinking WaterPicnic TablesFire PlaceBBQShadeCaravansTent SiteNo PetsSwimmingWalkingPhoto Opportunity
  • Campground
Tourism is the main industry here and there is plenty for visitors to see. While Ayers Rock (Uluru) and the Devils Marbles (Kata Tjuta) are the iconic destinations familiar to all, there are many other fascinating places to visit, each with its own unique features, legends and history.

There is Kings Canyon, where you can enjoy the comfort of a world class resort, or you can trek the Larapinta Trail along the West MacDonnell Ranges. Discover the unique Australian flora and fauna of this area and camp beneath the star filled desert sky.

But there is more to the Red Centre than the well trodden tourist routes. The Outback is vast and alluring. Be sure to obtain local information when setting out on an adventure. Take extra fresh water and fuel, as you never know what conditions may be encountered.

If you are venturing off the beaten track it is worth considering taking an EPIRB emergency beacon. This is a device which, when activated sends an emergency signal containing your exact location, so that a search can be conducted without having to waste any time looking where you are not located. It is for emergency use only.