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Glen Helen Resort, Alice Springs

Located in a break of the spectacular West MacDonnell Ranges, Glen Helen Resort is the climax to an adventurous and colourful drive, a little over an hour from Alice Springs. Glen Helen is surrounded by the majestic MacDonnell Ranges. Indulge in a cold beer at the bar before enjoying a barbecue at sunset. Enjoy a swim through Glen Helen Gorge, hike in the ranges, raft up Redbank Gorge or take a scenic helicopter flight.

Full and half day tours to Palm Valley, Gosse Bluff, Redbank Gorge, Roma Gorge and Mount Sonder are available, as are transfers to and from Alice Springs.

Accommodation Options

Unpowered Sites

Unpowered caravan and camping sites are available, each with access to shared amenities.

Powered Sites

Powered caravan and camping sites are available, each with access to shared amenities, and a power outlet for convenience.

Stockmans Quarters Backpackers

The backpacker style Stockmans Quarters offer quad share rooms for four people, twin rooms for two people or single rooms. The rooms have access to shared facilities.


The comfortable motel rooms feature a double bed or twin single beds, and all rooms include spectacular scenery.



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