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After Uluru, the 2010 VT Survivor Camp moved to the Kings Creek Station Campground for two nights. This was a nice developed campground with running water toilets, hot water showers, dishwashing facilities, and even a swimming pool (that was closed because the weather was still cold). If you want a campfire, you need to bring your own firewood. We got to Kings Creek Station from Uluru via the Lasseter Highway and Luritja Road. It is ~300 km trip. From Alice Springs, if you want to stay on paved highways, the route is similar. Just take the Stuart Highway south to the Lasseter Highway. Going that way, it is ~450 km trip. Shorter routes from Alice Springs (both ~300 km) that include unpaved roads, are Larapinta Drive-Mereenie Loop Road route through the West MacDonnell Ranges, or the Stuart Highway-Ernest Giles Road-Luritja Road route.
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