Outback Accommodation – A Complete Guide

Outback Accommodation Guide

Below, you can check the best rates on hotels, motels, caravan parks, backpacker’s hostels and other kinds of outback accommodation.

Simply click on any of the ‘get best rates and read more reviews‘ links to find out current vacancies and specials.

(Bookmark this page so you can check back regularly. There’s always another outback town or hotel to review and we add to this section of the site often).


Northern Territory

Search for ALL accommodation in the Northern Territory:

Alice Springs Accommodation

If there’s one thing that Alice Springs has lots of (besides Aboriginal art shops and tourists dressed in bad outback hats), it’s accommodation options.


Ayers Rock/Uluru

Outback accommodation at Ayers Rock/Uluru really gets people talking. We’ve stayed in everything on offer at Ayers Rock, with the exception of the luxury tents (at $2100 AUD per night, it’s just way too expensive for us!) So the reviews we’ve written are totally from the heart and our own first-hand experience. We’ve even written a page of our own secret tricks for saving money here, too.

See also our exclusive reviews:

Kings Canyon/Watarrka Accommodation

Tennant Creek


Outback Queensland


Outback South Australia

 Flinders Ranges

Port Augusta

 Coober Pedy Accommodation

If there is one place kind of unique outback accommodation we want to rave about and say JUST DO IT, it’s underground accommodation in Coober Pedy.

Staying in an underground hotel gives you an insight into what it’s like for the people who live in this very unusual place (as well as bragging rights amongst your friends). Underground rooms are cool in summer and warm in winter and you’ll get a deep, restful night’s sleep because they’re quiet and dark.

Check out our reviews of Coober Pedy’s underground accommodation here.


Outback New South Wales

What? You didn’t think that NSW had an outback? Think again!


Outback Western Australia

From the Kimberley to Kalgoorlie, outback Western Australia is HUGE.


We update and add to this page and the pages linked to it regularly.

Make sure you bookmark this page and check back regularly.

And don’t forget: check out our ‘outback accommodation secrets‘ page, where we’ll show you how to save money and introduce you to some of the outback’s most unusual accommodation.

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