My wife & I and a friend stayed at a cabin at Ayers Rock campground for 3 nights. We knew in advance from reading reviews that is was going to be very small & it certainly was. The (main) room with a double bed just gives you narrow space either side to get in & out & has a small wardrobe with a couple of drawers. The 'kitchen' is even smaller and the large round table takes up most of the room, so we ate outside under a covered 'patio' that had a six seater outdoor table. Great! The other very small room had 4 bunks taking up 90% of the space, so don't jump out of bed together! The kitchen had ample cooking equipment & coffee & tea bags were provided. Just outside was a good gas BBQ that we mainly used & the kitchen had hot & cold water over the sink to wash up.
The cost was $150 per night which split to $50 each per night which is a Huge saving compared to what the resort rooms are charging. The flat screen TV had a great reception & we were kept fully up to date with the election coverage. All in all I would recommend these cabins to anybody travelling on a budget. Oh yes, the toilet & shower block was very well equipped with a good flow of hot water, soap dispensers, a Zip hot air hand dryer, and power points and all in clean conditions. And yes, you can drink the tap water. One more point. The prices charged at the IGA store are very reasonable considering the remoteness. A six pack of beer is around $27, not $50 as some have reported.
- Also Known As:
- Ayers Rock Campground Hotel
- Ayers Rock Campground Hotel Yulara
- Ayers Rock Campground Australia/Yulara