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Kings Canyon lies within the impressive Watarrka National Park. It is a large canyon with 270 metre high walls, gorges, 600 types of flora nd fauna, tropical pools of the Garden of Eden and the Lost City beehive rock formations. Visitors can walk around the canyon rim and enjoy the majestic views of the vast outback.
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Kings Creek Station is located at Luritja Road, at the foot of the picturesque George Gill Range. Stay at camping sites, powered caravan sites and safari cabins, and take advantage of the barbecue facilities, office or business services, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, gas, ice, laundry, shop, public telephone, restaurant and outdoor swimming pool. Guests can enjoy bush walking, dining, wining, swimming, biking and or joining the local camel safari and helicopter flights.
Kings Canyon Resort is along Luritja Road, at a convenient location in between Alice Springs and Uluru. The resort offers unpowered sites, powered sites, budget lodge rooms, standard rooms and deluxe spa rooms. Its campsite facilities include a bar, barbecue area, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, gas, ice, iron, laundry, playground, shop, tour desk, restaurant, playground, full size tennis court, public telephone, foreign currency exchange and outdoor swimming pool. Dine at Carmichael's Restaurant and explore the Kings Creek Station with your own four-wheel quad bike.
Giles Track is found in Watarrka National Park at Kings Canyon. The site is ideal for experiencing indigenous culture and Australian heritage. The track stretches from Kathleen Springs to George Gill Range, offering picturesque views of the Watarrka National Park, valleys, rich wildlife and beehive-shaped sandstone formations are some of its highlights.
Kings Canyon is the most popular destination in Watarrka National Park, with features such as Heartbreak Hill, waterholes, abundant plant life, impressive bird life and sacred Aboriginal sites. Kings Canyon is highly recommended for all nature lovers and hikers.
Watarrka National Park is 323 kilometers from Alice Springs and 1316 kilometers from Darwin via the Red Centre Way. The park is home to the George Gill Range, Kathleen Springs and Kings Canyon. Its wide range of flora and fauna, high sandstone walls and picturesque desert are just some of its many wonderful features. Visitors can enjoy bird watching, bush walking, picnicking, barbecuing and hiking within the national park.