Erldunda Roadhouse

Caravan Park - Northern Territory


When visiting Uluru and the Olgas, make Erldunda your base and save.

We are situated at the intersection of the Stuart and Lasseter Highways offering old fashioned country hospitality with home-style cooking and clean comfortable facilities.

Not to mention that we are uniquely located in ‘The Centre of The Centre’ – also referred to as the Centre of Australia. Also onsite we have an Emu Enclosure that enables you you get up close and feed these fascinating animals.

Our accommodation ranges from motel units to drive-through caravan parking area and camping sites. We have a full range of guest facilities including a swimming pool, tennis court, laundry, restaurant and bar.

As part of our Uluru accommodation, our caravan parking sites are the perfect choice for those who travel with their rooms. If you’re looking to have a relaxing break in a serene, safe environment, our drive-through caravan sites are the best backdrop to your dream holiday.

Our sites feature water on-site, camp fires, BBQ facilities, plenty of shade underneath the trees, a swimming pool, and a laundry block. It offers an experience of nature while ensuring all your needs are met.

What a busy service station... This friendly place welcomes all visitors and is well patronised as a result. In June 2015, the price of diesel in Alice Springs was $1.46 and here it was $1.72. The caravan park should be called Desert Oasis with it's grassy powered drive through sites that are all well set out. Sites have plenty of shade or sun if you wish. You pick your own site here as well. The facilities are very good and there is a swimming pool here to cool off in. The food here is very good as well. Highly recommend this spot in between Alice Springs/Uluru and heading to Adelaide from either of these locations.

A good country roadhouse offering all services, good location before going out to Uluru and Kings Canyon. We have previously stayed in the motel units and also tented in the grassed area. A coffee break this morning but enjoyed hot pies and sausage rolls which were in demand.

Food was good. As usual in Australia unpowered sites just dirt around the outside so no chance of shade and you will have to go to a powered site for water. It was not busy when we were there but sites are very small and the "drive through" site we was on (because the power was turned off) was not long enough for most caravans to stay hitched. The facilities are OK like most hard water areas lime scale everywhere but there is not much that can be done about it. It's not dirt!
Powered Site $26.00
Per site, per night (2 adults) - from

Unpowered Site $15.00
Per site, per night (2 adults)