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Reviewed 30 June 2021

You don't get a huge amount for your money when you stay at Kings Creek Station but it is a long way from anywhere and most things here tend to cost quite a bit more. Our tent (on solid floor with two single beds) was a bit of a squeeze but was sturdy and a good buffer to the cold and the wind. The bathroom facilities were basic but everything worked, while the camp kitchen was pretty good. Even surprised to find wine glasses in there. (We were able to buy a bottle at the cafe - reasonably priced, too - and after our late arrival that definitely helped us settle in). Ended up having a friendly chat with other travellers around the camp fire. Big hot breakfast was part of the tariff, and that gave us a good start to the day on each of the two mornings we were here. Two nights was enough, however.

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank JElliot32
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Reviewed 29 June 2021 via mobile

We booked here as we were keen to walk the Canyon , We chose the Drovers Accomodation at this station ( only 20 min from the Canyon) that was more in our budget and it was more than just accomodation! You are taken up to a ridge that overlooks the stunning McGill range and have a large Camp kitchen and dinner table all undercover , then they give you an intro to the area including complimentary Drinks , ( it has all mod con facilities hot showers/ WC ) then at 6.30 the Station Chef comes up and cooks you a Steak Dinner ! We had Yoshi and Will that entertained us with story’s of living at the station , he then built us a great campfire and left us under the stunning stars ! We slept in an enormous Swag off the ground and woke to the Sunrise Over the Ranges . We then drove back to the Station HQ (5klms) and they gave us a Hot Buffet Breakfast all included in the package !
Unfortunately Our experience with other accommodations in the NT ( Uluru) were not anything like we experienced here and were disappointing at best .
Don’t hesitate to try this World Class Experience !
“ More than just a room !

20/10 ✅✅✅

Date of experience: May 2021
Thank READE C
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Reviewed 19 June 2021

'Stopped for petrol & a wee! Had the best coffee and toasted sandwich. So hard to find a good coffee in the outback but these 2 boys did a great job.

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank Bluepole
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Reviewed 8 June 2021 via mobile

We stayed in the luxury glamping accommodation where dinner, beverages and breakfast are all included. This was a once off experience glamping in outback Australia. Jess and Ross have thought of everything to make your stay memorable and comfortable It was just superb. We had an outdoor bath and shower which added to the ambiance. It’s certainly an experience we will remember.

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank BluskyCanberra
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Reviewed 27 May 2021 via mobile

Called in on our way to kings canyon for a drink and something to eat.

Food ok service was a little cold, being an outback place would have thought you would be at least greeted with a hello!!!

Good to have a look at camels but that’s it, never stayed in the accomodation.

Prices ok with the remoteness.

Date of experience: May 2021
1  Thank Jason S
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