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During your NT travels are you chasing a true outback experience?

How about starting your Erldunda adventure with hand feeding some of our emu?


Follow that up by wandering on over to the brand new Kangaroo Sanctuary.

Just be sure to address our roo’s by their names or they might get cranky:

The Big Girl, Beep Beep, Freddy and Grey.

Finally wrap up your afternoon, watching the NT Sunset from our viewing platform.

Don’t just take our word for the experience on offer though! Jump over to our Facebook community where there is:

2500+ travellers sharing their Erldunda experiences.

Aside from the photogenic experiences mentioned above, travellers are raving about:

  • Onsite Pool and BBQ area

  • Restaurant and Bar (“best steak with mushroom sauce I've had in a long time”)

  • Communal Fire pits

  • Fully stocked shop offering (not just biscuits and milk!)

Look, it is pretty simple... you don’t want to be the person returning home with photos of just ‘The Rock’.

So make the most of your time by staying a night with us at Erldunda Roadhouse and experience a true Aussie outback experience.

Bookings can get busy during the coming months as we enter peak season... so be sure to lock your dates in now to ensure you get a spot!

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Watch this 31 second video to get a sense of Erldunda!

"Spent a night staying at the Erldunda Roadhouse in the motel section, and were blown away by the friendliness and service with the staff."

- Jac B.

"Best Hamburgers on the whole trip. The Staff here are excellent, very friendly and went out of their way to help us. Cheers guys!"

- Chris P.

"This was our first camping spot after picking up our campervan in Alice Springs and what a great start to our trip it was. Really well priced food and wine"

- Kirsty A.

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P.S. The earlier you reserve your stay, the better! Don't miss out...

Your Refresher Between Alice Springs and Uluru

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