Pyndan Camel Tracks Alice Springs

Where is it at?

View on Google Maps

Pyndan Camel Tracks
21259 Jane Rd
Alice Springs
Tel: 0416 170 164


If you have a car and don't need picking up, it's really easy to find them. They are at 21259 Jane Rd, which is about 17km fSW of Alice Springs.

Drive south on the Stuart Hwy towards Adelaide or the airport. Go through Heavitree Gap, and turn right after 3km into Ilparpa Rd.

After 10km, turn right onto Jane Rd. Look for the Pyndan Camel Tracks sign on the corner of Ilparpa and Jane Roads. They are the second driveway on the left. It takes about 20 minutes from town.

Where are we going today?

You've probably seen camels on television, or perhaps you have seen the in the zoo? With those funny looking humps and very long tongues!

How about RIDING one! Pyndan Camel Tracks is the ONLY tour operator in Alice Springs! (Did you even know camels existed in Australia? True fact - they do!)

Depending on the number of people that are on the tour, you can have a camel to yourself, or you might have to share.  Of course, you get to choose who you share with though! The very experienced cameleers will have to choose who sits from or back though. 

It really is for any age though! Even kids under 3 can ride, but they have to ride on the parents lap. Parents, don't worry - it's very safe for kids!

Each camel have their own names, and own personality, so you can be matched to a camel that is perfect for you.

With Pyndan Camel Tracks, you can choose from the one hour tours, which will take you at Pyndan Camel Tracks years and heads out to give you incredible views of the MacDonnell Ranges, through Temple Bar Gap. Kangaroos, wallabies, budgies, lizards and even birds of prey might even join you on your journey!

If there are more than 8 of you, you can organise a half day your where you get to really understand the camels in more details, including a shady dry riverbed break. 

Both tours with Pyndan Camel Tracks offer free transfers from your accommodation if you need! 

So how do you like it - one hump or two!? 

Email attraction

How much does it cost?

  • Adults$60 one hour tour
  • Children$30 (Under 14)

When can we go?

60 min tour times: 12 noon, 2.30pm and sunset. Sunset ride vary according to season. Booking is requ

Time vary on season so check

I'm Hungry!

You can get tea or coffee from the souvenir shop. Filtered water is available in the Camel Lounge. Keep hydrated!.

Any Top Tips?

Children 3 years and above are charged child's fare whether they ride on an adult's lap or on their own seat..

Can I get one of those?

There's a souvenir shop where you can buy postcards of the camel you rode (make sure you remember your camel's name!) and other camel-themed souvenirs. .

More information

Make sure you wear comfortable clothing that protects you from sunburn, sunscreen, a hat and a water bottle. .

What people are saying?

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    So much fun. Hubby & I rode a two jumped camel with a group at Sunset. Fabulous guide who was very entertaining! The Rangers were awesome- very pretty country

Submit a review

Not found what you're looking for?