With 164 rooms, this resort offers everything guests need to relax after a day of walking and exploring. Here, there are deluxe spa rooms, budget cabins and a grassy campground, as well as a restaurant with sumptuous buffet dinners and a lively tavern. As the sun retreats, guests can join a select few for an intimate, romantic Sounds of Firelight dinner. The resort features a reception hall, as well as conference facilities and room and laundry services.
The resort is located in a loop off the main highway running between Ayers Rock and Alice Springs. The sensitively designed resort is just 7 km from Watarrka National Park, the home of the magical sandstone formation of Kings Canyon.
The rooms feature individually regulated air conditioning, TV, in-house movies (charge applies), refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, writing desk, alarm clock radio, private bathroom with shower, extra blankets, insect screens, direct dial telephones and Internet access. There are two room categories: Deluxe Spa Rooms and standard rooms.
During leisure time, guests can relax in the indoor or outdoor swimming pool, indulge in a game of tennis or sit back and relax at the lobby. Other activities include witnessing the sunset from the boardwalk viewing platform, nightly entertainment, self-guided Kings Canyon walks and self-guided walks through the resort grounds.
Set in warm and inviting surroundings and overlooking a lush desert garden, the on-site Carmichael's Restaurant is a place for guests to relish a delicious buffet selection. While guests soak up the atmosphere, a superb 4-course set menu is served at the Sounds of Firelight, which offers an exclusive dining experience at the resort.
The resort is about 3 hours from both Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Alice Springs; self-driving is a popular option. The drive passes some incredible sites, including Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek and Ormiston Gorge. The Mereenie Loop Road brings guests right to the doorstep of the resort.
Coach transfers are available and operate services between Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Direct dial telephone
Iron and board