Casual, comfortable, and fun

Laid-back accommodation meets warm Australian hospitality at the Outback Hotel & Lodge. Perfectly suited for budget-minded travellers, the Outback Hotel & Lodge offers comfortable, affordable stays with access to all facilities, including swimming pools, shops, art galleries, tour information centre, and more. It's also the social hub of the Resort, where you can meet new friends and swap tales of adventure over delicious BBQ dishes, refreshing drinks, and live music. 

At the Outback Hotel, choose from air-conditioned rooms featuring private ensuite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, and a number of configurations perfect for families or friends travelling together. The Outback Lodge's budget-friendly rooms feature private or shared bathroom facilities, while shared hostel-style accommodation options are ideal for roaming backpackers and adventurers travelling light.

Guests of the Outback Hotel & Lodge enjoy access to all Resort facilities, including a FREE Indigenous Activities Program, return Ayers Rock Resort transfers, and a free resort shuttle bus that will help you get around. Pick up groceries from the supermarket in Town Square, or choose from the lively Outback BBQ, the laid-back Bough House Restaurant, or the Outback Bar to satisfy all your food and drink cravings. 

Make lasting friendships and unforgettable memories, and make your holiday budget stretch a little further at the Outback Hotel & Lodge. 

Outback Hotel & Lodge Logo
From $350 Hotel, $38 Lodge / night, min 1 nights


Artwork Behind the Outback Hotel Logo

Ngura - Country - Delma Forbes

Ngura - Country

Delma Forbes, 2011

Originally from Blackstone in Western Australia, Delma now lives in Watinuma Community, twenty five kilometres from Fregon on the *APY lands. She is married and has a daughter and a young son. She paints at the Kaltjiti Art Centre where she is the current Chairperson and a valued arts-worker contributing to the management of the centre.

Inspired by the rich tradition of Aboriginal culture, and connection to country, the desert landscape is a constant source of inspiration for artists. Spectacular and ancient landforms, images of the bush, and vibrant colours are interpreted through pattern and colour. This place is the Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara Lands in the far north of South Australia.

*Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara 

© Delma Forbes, Ngura - Country, 2011