Curtin Springs Walks
Curtin Springs has been home to the Severin family since 1956, when Peter Severin arrived with his young wife Dawn, their toddler son Ashley and 1,500 head of cattle.
Curtin Springs stands as a testimony to the commitment of Peter, Ashley and Lyndee Severin to both the pastoral and tourism industries.
They invite you to take a 'peek behind the curtain' to explore the wonders of our home.
Located just 85 km east of Ayers Rock Resort, the multi award winning Curtin Springs (the first Wayside Inn in Central Australia) offers a perfect base from which to visit the Ayers Rock (Uluru) and Kings Canyon areas.
Or stay a while longer and 'peel back the layers' by including our experiences, tours and hospitality in your travel plans.
At Curtin Springs we balance beef production with being a million acre wildlife corridor, and offer many ways for visitors to connect with the spectacular landscape.
Curtin Springs Wayside Inn - Providing a Service for Travellers. Great Homestyle meals, comfortable accommodation. Stop in and meet a local!
Curtin Springs Paper - Handmade paper from our native grasses.
Curtin Springs Walks - Private guided walks.
- Quality Tourism Accreditation
Customer feedback has created the new look Curtin Springs Walks program. . Curtin Springs Walks are designed for those who are looking to step gently into the environment and to appreciate being in the landscape. . A 5 day program where you can fully immerse yourself in the spectacular desert landscape of Curtin Springs. . Day 1 and Day 2 - Salt Lake experience
Day 3 - Explore part of the northern expanses of Curtin Springs Station
Day 4 and Day 5 - Mt Conner Base Walk. . The combination of ancient and vast salt lakes, different land types each with their unique features and textures, and the ever present moods of the grand Mt Conner, are sure to embed Curtin Springs into your memory forever. . The walking tracks take advantage of the changing light during the day and Mt Conner in the late afternoon light will take your breath away. . Participants will learn how beef production is intrinsically linked to land management and how Curtin Springs Station produces food, whilst protecting a million acre wildlife corridor. . All walks are fully inclusive of all accommodation, meals, walking guide. Enjoy the landscape and return to comfortable accommodation every night.