Located between Ayers Rock (Uluru) and Alice Springs, Kings Canyon Resort offers quality accommodation just three and a half hours drive from both Ayers Rock and Alice Springs. Just 7km from the actual Kings Canyon, this Northern Territory accommodation is close to the Watarrka National Park and surrounded by the landscape of the Red Centre.
Accommodation at Kings Canyon Resort offers a choice of Budget, Standard and Deluxe Spa Rooms most featuring air conditioning, private bathrooms, WiFi internet access and interconnecting options. Deluxe rooms also enjoy a spa bath and spectacular views from a private balcony. The new luxury Glamping Tents are also a great option for couples or families. This is a great base to set out and explore the Red Centre from.
Kings Canyon Resort also enjoys an excellent range of onsite facilities including two swimming pools, a tennis court, mini-supermarket, a wide range of bars, restaurants and dining options, petrol station, tour desk, gift store, laundry facilities, sunset viewing platform and much more. If you are planning a Northern Territory adventure, you can't go past Kings Canyon Resort for location, value and facilities.
All Rooms Feature:
Standard Room: Feature ensuite bathroom with shower. Interconnecting rooms are available on request. Bedding is 2 Double Beds OR 1 Queen Bed OR 1 King Bed + 1 King Single Bed + 1 Double Sofa Bed. Maximum room capacity is 5 Adults & Children.
Deluxe Spa Room: An oversized spa bath with a glass window provides uninterrupted range views. The rooms also feature a mini bar, an ensuite bathroom, and private balcony offering a magnificent outlook onto a rocky escarpment. Bedding is 1 King Bed OR 2 Queen Beds. Maximum room capacity is 4 Adults & Children.
Glamping Tent: These premium canvas tents feature large screen windows, premium linen, lounge area, dining space, outdoor deck with seating, air-conditioning and a private en-suite bathroom stocked with Australian made skin care products. Bedding is 1 King Bed. Maximum capacity is 2 Adults & Children.
Glamping Tent for Families: These premium canvas tents feature large screen windows, premium linen, lounge area, dining space, outdoor deck with seating, air-conditioning and a private en-suite bathroom stocked with Australian made skin care products. Bedding is 1 King Bed + 2 Single Beds. Maximum capacity is 4 Adults OR 2 Adults + 2 Children.
All Rooms Feature:
Lodge Budget Room: Bedding is 1 Double Bed OR 2 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults & Children.
Lodge Budget Room - Quad: Bedding is 1 Double Bed + 3 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 5 Adults & Children.
Carmichael’s Restaurant: This dining venue serves breakfast between 5-9am and dinner between 5.30-8.30pm, bookings are essential. Enjoy a fantastic array of Australian contemporary cuisine including house-made damper, barramundi in paperbark and braised kangaroo. This restaurant operates seasonally.
Desert Oaks Bistro: Open for take-away breakfast from 7am-10am and lunch 11am-2pm daily, the Bistro has a relaxed and casual atmosphere and a great variety of menu choices. The Bistro offers all meals during the seasonal closure of Carmichael’s Restaurant.
Thirsty Dingo Bar: Open daily from 11am for snacks, drinks and pizza.
Outback BBQ & Grill: Open April to October. Offers fantastic Australian BBQ cuisine in a veranda-like setting with a unique Outback Australian ambience. With entertainment provided most nights.
Under a Desert Moon: Available around April to October on Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday evenings. Enjoy an exclusive dining experience set under a canopy of Southern Night sky, with the only light coming from the moon and the fireside. Enjoy some wine and canapes before experiencing the divine five course dinner.
The following activities are free of charge:
The following activities are available at a charge:
Children: 2-12 are free of charge on existing bedding
Check In: 3.00 pm
Check Out: 10.00 am
Reception: 6.30 am - 9.30 pm
Address: Kings Canyon, Central Australia, Northern Territory
Ratings are averaged based on 1 reviews.
It's a very short walk from the room to the look out, spectacular view especially the sunset which varies everyday, the resort will notify you the time for sunrise and sunset each day. The room itself is quite small , below average in term of size. It took awhile for hotwater to come on.You need to insery your room key to turn on electricity.
Highly recommended to go to the morning tour to the Kings Canyon, the view is spectacular. This is the best place to stay if you want to go to the morning walk tour , it will take you around 3 hrs to complete the 6 kms walk. This is the Australian Grand Canyon!