Australian Outback Hotel Regions

As the last remaining wilderness frontier in Australia, the outback is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the country and is famous the world over for its Aboriginal cultural experiences, rare native wildlife, unique natural attractions and its breathtaking ochre landscapes. There are so many outback vacation accommodation options to choose from, from the remote yet well-appointed hotels and resorts of Uluru (Ayers Rock) to the seamlessly interwoven ecology of the Kakadu and the limited yet supremely beautiful options of Kings Canyon. No matter which outback vacation accommodation you choose, you’ll always enjoy a great range of famous attractions, dining and leisure options, despite their unique remoteness.

Uluru (Ayers Rock) Hotels

Just a few miles from the boundary of the National Park, Uluru (Ayers Rock) accommodation offers a great range of hotels and resorts. A truly breathtaking place at both sunrise and sunset, the hotels and resorts enjoy a fantastic range of facilities despite the remote location. From self-catering apartments to charming lodges and luxury resorts, you can enjoy unprecedented access to the region’s most iconic attraction.

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Kakadu Hotels

Famous for its unique ecology, Kakadu accommodation offers a variety of stays seamlessly interwoven into the natural environment. The sheer size of Kakadu National Park means hotel options are spread throughout Cooinda, the town centre of Jabiru and South Alligator, ensuring there is an option close to your preferred area of exploration. In line with the region’s natural surroundings, accommodation options range from a number of charming hotels and lodges.

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Kings Canyon Hotels

Due to its remote location, Kings Canyon accommodation offers only one option – a comfortable resort midway between Alice Springs and Uluru (Ayers Rock). Located just 4.5 miles from Kings Canyon and the Watarrka National Park, guests can enjoy a great range of onsite facilities as well as the opportunity to get up close and personal with the majestic landscape that surrounds.

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Whether you want to marvel as the colours change across the majestic monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock), experience the dazzling rock formations and unique flora and fauna of the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park or discover the hidden gem of the Kings Canyon sandstone chasm that plunges more than 300 ft, outback vacation accommodation offers something to suit everyone.