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Stuart Caravan Park, Alice Springs

Stuart Caravan Park is conveniently located in the town of Alice Springs, directly opposite the Alice Springs Cultural Precinct. The facilities of Alice Springs are within close proximity to the park, which offers clean, budget accommodation and modern amenities. The park takes pride in friendly service, and offers a swimming pool, barbecue areas, an on site store, a TV room and a tour booking service.

Accommodation Options

Standard Cabin

The standard cabins contain a double bed, or in the case of a family unit, a double bed, a set of bunks and a fold out lounge.

Deluxe Cabin

A comfortable and well equipped deluxe cabin can sleep up to six people, with a double bed, a set of bunks and a fold out lounge.

Budget Cabin

The budget cabin can sleep up to seven people, with a double bed, a triple bunk and a fold out lounge.

Unpowered sites

Unpowered sites are grassed, shaded and include access to water.

Powered sites

All powered sites have individual power, water and sullage. Grassed sites, or concreted sites are available.


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