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Curtin Springs Station, Yulara

Curtin Springs is a working cattle station located 84 kilometres east of Yulara at the edge of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. You can purchase fuel and souvenirs, and wonderful meals from the homestead kitchen are served under the historic Bough Shed, the original homestead. A range of accommodation is available, and a large aviary showcases native birds.

The Severin family offer unique hospitality that has made them a legend in the Northern Territory. The family took over in 1956 and still operate the station today. They installed petrol pumps and a small store, making Curtin Springs a key stopover in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta region.

Accommodation Options

Campground, Unpowered sites

The unpowered camping sites have access to the shared amenities.

Powered Sites

There are excellent sites available with access to power for convenience. The sites also have access to the shared amenities.

Budget Rooms

These rooms are available in either double or twin, sleeping two people per room. The rooms are a great option for backpackers and other travellers.

Family Rooms

The family rooms offer a double bed and four single beds in two separate bedrooms. The comfortable rooms provide privacy, and are suitable for families or small groups.

Ensuite Rooms

The ensuite rooms provide a variety of room configurations with double, twin and triple rooms offering double beds and single beds, or quad rooms offering four single beds.


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