Kings Canyon Resort

Caravan Park - Northern Territory


440 million years in the creating, Kings Canyon rises 270 metres above sea level and is at the heart of Australia's Red Centre. It is here that an unforgettable outback adventure will unfold in an extraordinary place of ancient beauty. The Canyon has been forged through layers of sandstone and hard shale creating soaring domes and plateaus that plummet to an oasis of natural rock pools and native flora and fauna. 

This is a place where you can truly explore with all of your senses and immerse yourself in the untamed never never with the blessing of the original land owners.

G’Day Campers, if you’re looking to book a campsite please email

Situated in the shadows of Kings Canyon and offering uninterrupted views, guests camping or pulling in their caravan for a few nights truly have some of the best seats in the house. Powered sites for caravans and motor homes and the introduction of sites with en-suites sees this part of the camp ground busy all year round. On the grassy area of the site, up to 100 campers can pitch their tents under the stunning southern sky and in the shade of the surrounding native bush land.

The resorts bars and restaurants, convenience stores and petrol station are available to campground guests. Dog are allowed in the campground, however must be kept secure and on a leash at all times. For information about the Mereenie Loop road condition, please visit NT Roads. For those travelling for an authentic outback experience - we look forward to welcoming you.

We enjoyed our stay here. The sites are pleasant, amongst trees, but quite closely spaced. The amenity blocks are average. The general store has NO fruit or vegetables. There is no phone coverage out here but you can purchase time on Roaming Wifi. Coverage for this wifi is pretty patchy on the site, friending on proximity to Reception or the Bar. Observing the sunset on the hills from the dune is fun - a bar is provided or you can BYO.

Over priced for what is provided. Shop and garage closed at 4pm. But again what happens when there is no competition but at $25 per person per night unpowered is not worth it. But it's the closet to kings canyon and was one of only two options to get there by early morning to walk the rim before it gets too hot this time of year. Again a pool but no shade making it unusable until later. Bring your towel, no seats or any other furniture provided.
Unpowered Site $25.00
Per person, per night - from