The road gets a bit dusty as you wind your way to Kings Canyon, with stops along the way at lookouts and Tnorala (Grosse Bluff), a huge crater formed by a comet more than 130 million years ago. Stay the night at Kings Canyon Resort or Kings Creek Station.
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Take a break from driving and stretch the legs in Kings Canyon. The three-hour walk around the rim of the canyon is a must, but if that seems a bit too much for little legs, try the one-hour Kings Creek Walk into the floor of the canyon. You can also explore this stunning part of the outback via a quad bike tour, camel ride or helicopter flight.