If you want to know where the most expensive place in Australia is, it sure has to be Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory.
Not only will you pay premium prices at the resort, but you will pay over inflated prices for fuel, food and drink. If your looking to explore Kings Canyon, you can stay at Kings Canyon resort which is only a short drive from the Kings Canyon car park.
Planning a road trip to the Red Centre of Oz can be an exciting part of your life, ticking off a visit to Uluru and Kata Juta (The Olgas) has to be on your bucket list of travelling Australia.
The Ayers Rock resort offers various forms of accommodation from a few hotels to a campground. We stayed 4 nights at Ayers Rock Campground on the Stay 4 Nights Pay for 3 Deal. To camp in the campground the cost we paid was $40 a night. As it was peak season the price was high. For the year round prices, you can click here to visit their website direct for further details. Continue reading
Our choice for a one night stay in Coober Pedy was no doubt Riba’s Underground Camping stay. Riba’s offered free hot showers, basic kitchen facilities and the experience of pitching your tent and sleeping underground. Continue reading
Yalgoo is a tiny town in the Outback of the Wheatbelt area of Western Australia. Its six hours north of Perth and 2 hours east of Geraldton and its known that the Outback being here.