We have a fully working saddlery here at the Farm, we make all our saddles and harnesses right here from scratch. It takes about 30 hours to make one complete saddle. Saddles weigh 18kg and can hold 2 people. Repairs and maintains on saddles bags, harnesses and saddles all take place in the saddlery. Chris is our saddle maker and leather work expert, the equipment used in the saddlery is from Chris’s own personal collection of rear antique saddlers tools, these tools are all still used by Chris today.

STAGING POSTstagging post

The “Staging Post” area is located next to the Saddley – This exterior look of this extension portrays a building from the ‘wild west 1880’s’ complete with rustic signage. The staging post houses a fully restored Cobb and Co stagecoach, 12 seater wagon and 3 seater buggy, this area also contains a history display made up of images and artifacts.


Our Windmill was proudly donated to us by Curtin Springs Station. The Windmill was the original homestead windmill that supplied the Curtin Springs homestead for over 40 years before being replaced with a modern electric water
pump. March 2013 a team of strong blokes from the farm salvaged the old windmill from Curtin Springs. On it’s arrival at the farm the head of the windmill was fully rebuilt once the rebuild was complete the windmill was erected in one piece and now stands proudly in the center of the farm.


Browse our gift shop where you will find a unique range of camel souvenirs, delicious bush tucker, outback books and more.

Australian and Afghan Cameleers Museum

Immerse yourself in history in the “Australian & Afghan Cameleers Museum”.
A colourful and educational display of Australian Camel history highlighting the vital role they played in pioneering outback Australia.
The exhibition showcases genuine artefacts used by the Australian & Afghan Cameleers during the exploration.


1998 – 2011
Uluru Camel Tours was founded in 1998 by NT tourism pioneers, Nick and Michelle Smail. After
operating at the rock successfully for seven years, they then sold the company to Wana
Ungkunytja , an Aboriginal-owned corporation, in July 2005. Wana Ungkunytja operated the farm
for six years, however being corporation-owned and managed from Alice Springs some 460km to
the north things did not work in the farm’s favour and it became difficult to sustain the business
due to a lack of camel expertise.

New Owners
March 1st 2011 the business changed hands. The new owners quickly breathed life back into the
farm with the number 1 priority rejuvenating the 12 camels that came with the farm. Many long
hours of hard work were spent get the farm ready for visitors. Chris brought to the operation 12
full trained working camels, a life time of camel experience, and great deal of passion and

The business has grown from a small operation in 2011, conducting three tours per day, to the
largest working camel farm in Australia operating five tours per day.


For those that are not booked on one of our tours, we welcome visitors to our farm daily between 9am and 3pm in the cooler months (April to October) and 9am to 1pm in summer (November to March). We are actually based at the resort, approximately five minutes’ drive from all the hotels. Or you can also catch the FREE resort shuttle bus.

Coach and big rig parking available.

Farm entry is FREE