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Wycliffe Well Holiday Park, Wycliffe Well

Wycliffe Well is an oasis in the desert, and Australia’s UFO hot spot. Wycliffe Well is located 380 kilometres north of Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway, perfectly situated as a stop over. Wycliffe Well Holiday Park occupies a land area of approximately 60 acres, housing onsite accommodation options, grassed unpowered spaces and powered sites.

The park is only a few minutes drive to one of the Northern Territory’s most renowned attractions, the Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve. There are also an auditorium, bar, restaurant and stage with an Aboriginal performance theme.

Accommodation Options

Powered Sites

With your own caravan or tent, these sites will keep power to your appliances. There are over 60 powered sites to choose from, many in shaded grassy areas.

Unpowered Sites

If you are camping for the night, there are over 100 shady sites on lovely soft grass to choose from.

Basic Cabin

Just right for those looking for a roof over the head. With a short walk to the toilet and shower facilities, this cabin is a great option backpackers.

Standard Cabin

The standard cabin is just right for a comfortable stop over.

Budget Cabin

The budget cabins have all the creature comforts of a motel style room, and are situated only a short walk from amenities.

Family Cabin

The family cabin is designed for longer stays and can to house up to seven people. The cabin has cooking facilities and separate bedrooms for adults and children.

Deluxe Cabin

This deluxe cabin is roomy, with the main bedroom separated from the living room. The cabin includes a spa for relaxation.

Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Outback

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