Outback Caravan Park

Caravan Park - Northern Territory

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Set among glorious shady trees and tropical gardens, Outback Caravan Park Tennant Creek is a great stopover destination after a long drive through the breathtaking outback of the Northern Territory. Popular with Government, Corporate/Workforce and tourist travelers, a shaded swimming pool provides welcome relief in the middle of the Territory's Golden Heart. With spacious drive-through sites, grassed camping areas and a choice of serviced accommodation options, enjoy the experience of the Australian bush with comfort and safety. 

This beautifully presented family run park was established in 1981. Our cheerful team and commitment to improvements, service and the environment ensure we offer a range of 3.5 Green Star facilities. Our staff strive to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Pets are welcome, but only with People with own Accommodation. Spend a few days enjoying the local attractions, relax in our licensed garden bar and enjoy nightly entertainment. (during peak season only). 

The park features a choice of grass, sealed and unsealed powered and unpowered short term camp sites with three amenities blocks to suit swags, tents, coach groups and camper trailers.

Outback Caravan Park offers a range of modern facilities to ensure your stay is comfortable and convenient. Cool down in the resort style shaded swimming pool or relax in the licensed cafe and enjoy true outback hospitality.

Facilities

  • Free WiFi
  • Air conditioned  Self Contained Accommodation
  • Licensed beer garden cafe
  • Swimming pool
  • Camp kitchen and BBQ's
  • Amenities blocks
  • Laundry and ironing facilities
  • Dump point
  • Fuel
  • Mini mart
  • LPG gas refill 
  • Pets permitted (conditions apply and park must be notified at time of booking). No pets allowed inside cabins under any circumstances.


CMCA User
 04/05/2016
This park is situated in a quieter part of the town away from the Stuart Highway. It is the more expensive of the two parks in the town. Some sites have concrete pads beside the van parking area. The showers and toilets were generally clean but although they had been refurbished they were showing signs of aging. The site advertised nightly entertainment and WIFI. The entertainment was cancelled and the WIFI was only accessible in the bar with vouchers provided with drinks each voucher allowing 30 minutes access or 200Mb usage. The park is over-priced and is now facing competition from another park on the main road just north of the town centre. There is a small shopping area about ten minutes walk away with a supermarket butchers and a number of other shops.
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