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Curtin Springs Paper

Curtin Springs offers several different tours and experiences so you can share the wonders of their home and get to know the history, the landscape and the connection to the land.

Curtin Springs Paper 1 hour tours are a way to experience the central Australia Desert, join a tour of the production process in the Old Abattoir and learn how to make a different range of papers.

Curtin Springs Walks are designed for those who are looking to step gently into the environment and to appreciate being in the landscape. The combination of ancient and vast salt lakes, different land types each with their unique features and textures, the effect of the changing light during the day and on Mt Conner in the late afternoon, are sure to take your breath away.

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    Curtin Springs Paper

    Curtin Springs make handmade paper from the native grasses on Curtin Springs Station.
    Each piece an individual, distinctive and beautiful souvenir of Central Australia, showcasing the diversity of the desert landscape.


    1 hour tours of the paper making process at the Old Abattoir building offering exclusive access to the full range of Curtin Springs Paper products.


    The different stages of the paper making process will be on display and available for visitors to see and touch.


    The paper making process will be explained and demonstrated.


    Participants will be able to 'pull' a piece of paper to experience how it's done.


    You will then be able to browse through the gift shop.


    Curtin Springs Paper is used to create artisan jewellery, truly handcrafted pieces. A wonderful gift for those that couldn't join you on your holiday, or a piece to remind you of the red sand and blue skies of Central Australia.


    Then head into The Gallery, where they use paper to create works of art.


    Curtin Springs Paper is on the main road to Ayers Rock (Uluru), so no additional travel required.

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