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Kings Creek Station, Kings Canyon

Situated at the foot of the beautiful George Gill Range, just 35 kilometres from Kings Canyon, Kings Creek Station is a truly unique, 2000 square kilometre slice of the real Australian outback. Owned and operated by locals, brimming with true outback hospitality, Kings Creek Station is where an outback adventure begins.

Travellers can set up camp in the tranquil campground or stay in a safari cabin set amongst natural bush, try a famous Kings Creek camel burger, relax by the pool, take a stroll to the George Gill lookout for magnificent views of the range, and enjoy this genuine cattle and camel station.

Accommodation Options

Safari Cabins

Set against the backdrop of the George Gill Range, the unique safari cabins offer comfortable accommodation with access to shared facilities.

Powered Caravan Site

With views of the George Gill Range, the campground offers a choice of grassed and ungrassed sites, with or without power. Native trees provide shade, privacy and an air of peace and tranquillity.

Website: www.kingscreekstation.com.au

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