- Disliked: Cleanliness, amenities
Check in staff were great. Cafe staff were rude and unhelpful
Kings Creek Station is located in Kings Canyon. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Watarrka National Park and Kathleen Springs.Visit our Kings Canyon travel guide
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at the time of service, check-in or check-out.
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There aren't very many accommodation options around Uluru/Ayers Rock, and this property takes advantage of that. This is a caravan park suited for those driving with a trailer/RV. Even though the instructions say they are open until 8pm, at 7pm the gates are closed and there is no food served beyond then. The safari tents are right next to one another - so you will be OK if you don't mind hearing your neighbors. Bed was comfortable and we were warm enough. Communal kitchen has very basic supplies - take your own. Communal bathrooms were clean. Nice fire pit area. Breakfast is provided but make sure to arrive at least 15 min before the 9am cut off - otherwise you will be yelled at by the cook, and potentially not served. We were disappointed - this was an expensive overnight to see Uluru on the way to Alice Springs and we felt cheated.