Mount Ebenezer Roadhouse reopened in 2013, being completely
renovated, new staff and management. With refurbished motel rooms, there is also
The Gallery where local artists come to paint.
It is a popular place to stop
for those enroute between Uluru
Ebenezer Roadhouse derived its name from the nearby Mount Ebenezer,
and was owned and operated by the Aboriginal people from the nearby Imanpa
Community, along with Angus Downs Station.
The main town of
is located approximately
135 km to the south. The closest stop to Mt Ebenezer is
Eldunda, 57 km to the
east. It is your nearest roadhouse providing accommodation, being located at the
intersection of the Stuart and Lasseter Highways.
For those heading to Uluru,
you will pass Curtin Springs Roadhouse and Campground,
which is located just 85 km east of the entrance to Uluru-Kata Tjuta
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