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Gemtree Caravan Park, The, Alice Springs

A true oasis in the mulga country of the East MacDonnell Ranges, incorporating 100 hectares, Gemtree offers a spacious bush setting with modern clean amenities. Other facilities such as laundry and store are also available. Gemtree has a wide choice of accommodation options to suit your needs.

After a day of fossicking, relax under the stars around your campfire. Wood is provided and there are fire pits and barbecues generously located throughout the park. Secluded bush camping sites provide the feeling of being the only people around. Alternatively, cabins offer extra comfort to ensure your Gemtree experience will be memorable.

Accommodation Options


The comfortable cabins are designed to ensure that your experience will be memorable and enjoyable.

Unpowered Sites

Secluded unpowered sites are located close to shared facilities.

Powered Sites

The powered sites are scattered among the mulgas, and are located close to the shared facilities.


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