Renner Springs Desert Inn

Caravan Park - Northern Territory


We are a unique property and are totally self sufficient with our own power supply generated solely from diesel generators.

Renner Springs takes pride in the level of service and quality of product it delivers, and clientele can be assured of a memorable experience of hospitality and "a little bit of desert magic" whenever they visit.

If you are travelling either from Qld, SA or the NT we are ideally located within an 8 hour drive from either Mt. Isa, Alice Springs or Darwin and we are the ideal place for you to stop relax and the end of a long day travelling and to enjoy a "cold beer".

Renner Springs Desert Inn offers a peaceful and relaxing Caravan Park surrounded by abundant birdlife, and our friendly geese frollicking in our natural springs and extensive lagoon.

They have motel rooms of various bedding layouts.  We offer 15 powered sites with water and approximately 60 unpowered sites. We have BBQ facilities, shady campsite, hot and cold water available to campers, clean amenities block and our special travellers menu served in our rustic bar and restaurant daily.

There is plenty of fresh clean drinking water available from our underground springs.

Internet Access and Public Phones are available at the shop.

Our shop is open from 6.00 am until 11.00 pm and has basic essentials such as home made bread, pies, sausage rolls, soft drinks, cigarettes, ice creams, fuel and takeaway meals as well as an extensive menu.

After a long day sitting in your car why not enjoy our spring walks around the lagoon then don't forget to come and have a "cold beer" in our air-conditioned bar and a have friendly chat.

Fuel - They unleaded petrol, diesel, PULP fuel and LPG Gas.

Shop - They sell groceries, basic supplies, souveniers, takeaway food and is the only bakery within a 1000km radius.

Bar & Restaurant - They are open for breakfast and dinner.

Charges for an unpowered site were $12 per person per night. Showers and toilet adequate and flat grassy van site were available but they back onto the Stuart Highway and so there is a lot of loud traffic noise especially from the road trains. It slacks off during the night but starts again early in the morning. Very busy in the afternoon. Had we not been so tired from a long day travelling we would have popped down the road to one of the free camps. I didn't feel that we got good value for our money.
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