AccommodationKings Creek Station accommodation options for Brumby Week
Kings Creek Station
As the host of Brumby Week, Kings Creek Station will be providing event accommodation. Booking must be made by phone or email (mention Brumby Week). You can visit their website here for more information on the incredible location and setting of Brumby Week.
All packages include accomodation and 3 meals daily (bushman’s breakfast, packed lunch and 2 course dinner).
Located against the backdrop of the George Gill Ranges, our unique safari cabins offer comfortable and affordable accommodation.
Kings Creek Safari Cabins are permanent canvas cabins constructed of steel frames, solid floors and lockable doors.
Featuring light and power the cabins are twin share with all linen provided. There are shared toilet and shower facilities, kitchen, grassed picnic area and swimming pool.
The kitchen provides tea & coffee facilities, microwave, fridge and gas BBQ.
Set amongst natural bush with views of the George Gill Range, our campground offers a choice of grassed and un-grassed sites, with or without power. Toilet, shower and laundry facilities are provided; and don’t forget the swimming pool!
The spacious campground provides various sized sites catering for tents, caravans, campervans and swags. Native trees provide shade and privacy giving an air of peace and tranquility.
If you want to make this trip extra special, why not drive to Kings Creek Station, camp or pull up your caravan under the stars, and continue on to Uluru and Kata Tjuta National park before or after Brumby Week!
About Kings Creek Station
Ian and Lyn Conway established Kings Creek Station in 1981. The station lies 36 kilometres from the magnificent Kings Canyon (Watarrka) and is set amongst majestic desert oaks.
Kings Creek Station is a working cattle/camel station with facilities for camping, accommodation and an opportunity to experience the outback either by quad (4 wheel motorbike), helicopter or camel.
Basic supplies, meals and drinks can be bought at the station shop.
The station is the largest exporter of wild camels in Australia and sells camels for live export, live domestic sales and meat.
36 documentaries have been filmed at Kings Creek and the station hosted Australian Geographics’ fourth expedition. In 2001 the world famous Australian Safari travelled through and stayed at the station.