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Reviewed August 6, 2017 via mobile

Stopped here as we were too tired to get all the way to Alice Springs and we were glad we did.

Cool aboriginal statues in the park and on the hill behind the camp. Free power at each site which was very welcome.

The showers and toilets were spottless and the water pressure great.

Free washing machine and dryer made a welcome addition.

Didn't eat here or go to the bar but it has very friendly staff that we spoke to.

Make sure you watch all the Galahs come in at sunset and visit the animals out the back of the camp.

Stayed: August 2017, traveled with friends
Thank Intheknowuphere
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Reviewed June 21, 2017

Unfortunately motorhome had a breakdown and whilst waiting for towtruck to arrive from Alice Springs the Aileron Roadhouse provided excellent hospitality. Cannot speak highly enough of Greg and staff for their concern and assistance. Thanks guys!

Stayed: June 2017, traveled solo
Thank merrilynmciver
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Reviewed March 23, 2017

When travelling in outback Australia you have to remember where you are. If you want to experience a true Aussie outback experience I can highly recommend Aileron Roadhouse. The owner is a personal friend and a true outback legend in the Northern Territory. What ever you do ... don't complain ... you will be shot down in flames in typical bush style. This is Australia in the desert. Great bush tucker (food) and a chance to experience what life is like in the outback. Locals will warm to you if you treat them with respect. I had a great time.

  • Stayed: March 2017, traveled with family
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Thank Tom B
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Reviewed December 1, 2016

We didn't stay here but called in for a toilet stop and found some wonderful things to photograph.The Lady,child and lizard are a great photo depending where the sun is at the time of your visit.Also the aborigine hunter high on the hill at the back of the roadhouse.These a gallery,fuel and food.

Stayed: October 2016
Thank chris j
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Reviewed October 12, 2016

Stopped off here on our way back from Alice Springs to Darwin and set up camp for the night. The facilities were clean and we had everything we needed. The staff were really friendly and we enjoyed a few cold beers in the bar which has some great history to it, check out the pool room and the various articles on the walls, really interesting. Also you have to visit the Kangaroo and Pig in the field out the back of the campsite, I wont say anything else about that except you'll get a laugh off them!

  • Stayed: October 2016, traveled as a couple
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Thank emmadilemma2016
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