The Classic Larapinta Trek in Comfort features exclusive eco camps dotted throughout the West MacDonnell Ranges alongside the Larapinta trail.


Reserved exclusively for guests of the Classic Larapinta Trek in Comfort, these eco-camps are dotted throughout the West MacDonnell Ranges alongside the Larapinta trail. The architect-designed camps offer a heated main dining pavilion with lounges and a campfire for guests to gather around in the evening. Hot showers are available at each camp and guests sleep in a comfortable bed in twin share eco-tents. Each evening guides prepare three-course dinners around the fire as guests chat and stargaze. This is a unique way to experience the outback.

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What's Included

All meals are included during your Larapinta Trek

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Location & Access

Access from Alice Springs by foot on the Larapinta Trek

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What You Need to Know
Best Room

All tents are the same

Suitable For

Couples; Solo Walkers

Best Nearby Walk

Mt Sonder summit walk

Best Nearby Park

West MacDonnell National Park

Best Food & Wine Experience

Hearty dinners under the stars

Best Place for Relaxation

By the campfire after dinner


April to September

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Frequently asked questions

What is the weather like in the Northern Territory?

The average maximum temperature and rainfall by month in Darwin and the NT Top End are detailed below. The Mary River wetlands and Kakadu National Park are 2-3 hours’ drive from Darwin and experience similar weather patterns.

When is the best time to walk the Larapinta Trail?

The best time to walk the Larapinta Trail is in Autumn, Winter or Spring, ideally from April to October when daytime temperatures are mild