Make sure you check out our list of things to do in Alice Springs and surrounds before you leave for your holiday.
When you arrive in town, pick up a hire campervan at Alice Springs Airport then start driving to one of these caravan parks nearby.
Heritage Caravan Park
Heritage Caravan Park is nestled among the beautiful MacDonnell Ranges. The caravan park is situated close to many of Alice Springs’ famous attractions, making Heritage Caravan Park the perfect base for your stay in Central Australia. Apart from its great atmosphere, the caravan park is also pet friendly and even comes with a self-service dog wash!
Ayers Rock Campground
This campground is just 15km from Central Australia’s greatest attraction, Uluru. It’s also an ideal base from which to explore the Ulutu-Kata Tjuta National Park if you want more from your trip to Ayers Rock. Ayers Rock Campground also offers a free shuttle service to help you get around Ayers Rock Resort. There are also many free daily activities, including garden walks and Indigenous bush tours.
Kings Canyon Caravan Park and Campground
Staying at Kings Canyon Holiday Park puts you right in the middle of the Red Centre’s panoramic scenes. The incredible views of the canyon range are unforgettable, and will become vivid memories once you return home. It’s a friendly and relaxed holiday park where you can unwind after a long day in the outback heat.
BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park (pictured)
This is one of the Northern Territory’s most awarded tourist parks. The BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park is known for its picturesque surrounds and tranquil environment. It also boasts all the modern facilities you need to make your stay comfortable. Guests at the park always look forward to its famous Pancake Breakfast every Sunday.
Gemtree Caravan and Tourist Park
Gemtree Caravan and Tourist Park is the gateway to Central Australia’s gemfields. It’s hailed as a true oasis just north of the East MacDonnell Ranges. It’s quiet, spacious and has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Relax around a campfire in a spectacular bush setting under the stars after a day of fossicking. There’s also a 3.5km self-guided nature trail for avid bushwalkers and birdwatchers.