Outback Caravan Park
Set among glorious shady trees and tropical gardens, Outback Caravan Park in Tennant Creek is a great stopover destination after a long drive through the breathtaking outback of the Northern Territory.
With spacious drive through sites and a choice of grassed camping areas, enjoy the experience of the Australian bush with comfort and safety.
Cool down in the resort style shaded swimming pool and spa or relax in the park cabins or licensed cafe and enjoy true outback hospitality. By night be entertained around the campfire by their resident bush poet and bush tucker man.
Spend a few days enjoying the local attractions. Discover Tennant Creek's gold mining history and fossick for gold. Learn about the Warumungu people, traditional owners of the land at the Nyinkka Nyunyu Culture Centre. Visit the region's most famous landmark - Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles - approximately 100 kilometres south of town.
- Baggage Holding Room
- Camp Kitchen
- Communal Kitchen
- Communal Refrigerator
- Conference/Function Facilities
- Drive through sites available
- Dump point
- Electric Vehicle Charging Point
- Family Friendly
- Open Fireplace
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Outdoor Furniture
- Pet Friendly - Enquire
- Swimming Pool
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
- Caravan Holiday Parks Accreditation Program
- COVID Clean Practicing Business
- COVID Safe
- EcoStar Accreditation
- Quality Tourism Accreditation
Deluxe 1.5 & 2BR Cabins
The deluxe 1.5BR cabins are can comfortably sleep up to four people. The deluxe 2BR cabins can sleep up to six people, featuring two separate bedrooms.
All 1.5BR & 2BR come with a fully equipped kitchenette and ensuites and are close to the park's facilities.
Deluxe 1BR Cabins
Sleeps 2 guests
The deluxe park cabins are perfect for travelling couples or individuals who want a great nights rest with all the features of home. All of the 1BR Deluxe cabins come with a with fully equipped kitchen and an ensuite.
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