A saviour for the budget conscious, this sprawling camp ground is set among native gardens. There are good facilities including a kiosk, free BBQs, a camp kitchen and a pool. During peak season it's very busy and the inevitable predawn convoy heading for Uluru can provide an unwanted wake-up call.
The cramped cabins (shared facilities) sleep six people and are only really suitable for a family. When things are quiet, they offer deals where you stay for three nights and only pay for two.