Visited this inn as we couldn’t find accomodation in Uluṟu .God these are just rude to people of colour .There is guy with a mullet that basically treats you like crap .Also everything is overpriced given the location it’s justifiable.otherwise horrible experience overall
Country hospitality, at its best. Basic campsites that are FREE.. small charge for an excellent hot shower. We drank some beers to help patronise the facility... It’s excellent.!! I’ve got keep writing to satisfy TA 200 character min review and that dives me fkn mad...
Stayed for 3 nights in the camping area. Used as a central point for day trips to both Kings Canyon and Uluru. Plenty of space, access to shop facilities and had a meal at the Bough Shed. Staff were great, down to earth and helpful above and beyond what we expected for an outback stay. Would definitely stay again and recommend to other travellers.
Great little place to stay. Food was expensive but very nice. Most of the staff was very friendly except for one fella who I thought was very rude to two indigenous children waiting and wanting ice creams. I was behind them waiting too. As I asked if our dogs were aloud in the beer garden and he raised his voice at me also. “ as long as they behave themselves “. I was horrified at his response to me also. As for the shower/toilet facilities they were good but needs a mop in each one so we are able to mop the floors afterwards.
We didnt stay at Curtin Springs but stopped in as my husband hadnt been here for 40 years and wanted to see it.It has fuel and a bar/cafe type thing.We didnt buy food but had to make do with a cup of coffee which was instant and pretty awful really but when you need a coffee you have to make do.There was a caravan section next door with access to showers and toilets(average condition).What I liked about it was the birds around the back and the gardens.You can get meals and sit outside