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Visit this page often to hear yarns about life at Pyndan Camel Tracks, about the beauty of Central Australia, camel stories, local art and culture.

We’re up-to-date with our COVID-19 Checklists

We’re up-to-date with our COVID-19 Checklists

The NT Government is staging a lifting of restrictions. As of 15 May 2020 (Stage 2) we are running our one hour sunset camel tour for Alice Springs residents. We have implemented measures to ensure your safety and security. Although we could run public tours, we’re...

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Wake Up Pixie

Wake Up Pixie

A big shout out today to our ?Pixie. Wake up, Pixie! Your fans are back tomorrow to join you on tour. Pixie has been so funny during...

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Did you know this about a camel toe?

Did you know this about a camel toe?

How many toes? Camels have two toes on each foot. A hoof that looks like a toenail grows at the front of each toe. Cows, horses, and many other animals walk on their hoofs. But a camel walks on a broad pad that connects its two long toes. This cushion like pad spreads...

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Thank you ….

Thank you ….

Thank you for your support for our charismatic camels and small business during COVID-19. We thank you from the beating red heart of Central Australia.

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Our Pyndan cameleers

Our cameleers are working with good humour and being flexible to learn new skills; they will continue to be employed through these difficult economic times. Their experience and knowledge our camel family will be there to continue when we recommence trading in our...

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Covid-19 message, Marcus Williams of Pyndan Camel Tracks

Our mission is to introduce people to camels to share our joy of making friends with such a gentle large animal. The safety and well being of customers and staff, both human and camel, are our foundational priorities. The Corona Virus pandemic has affected so many...

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What we have been doing during shut down

We’ve done a garden make over around our commercial kitchen area that supports not only our beautiful native birds but also small business through our local nurseries. We thank the Northern Territory Government for its business incentive schemes that helps us act on...

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Shutdown camel rides

We have canceled all pre-booked camel rides until 1 May 2020 in the interests of safety for our visitors and staff. Our priority is that the welfare and health of our camels is maintained to the highest standard. Such uncertainty remains as the world grapples with the...

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Red Centre awarded Sustainable Destinations Top 100

Red Centre awarded Sustainable Destinations Top 100

The Sustainable Destinations Global Top 100 competition awards The Red Centre as a top eco-destination for the second year in a row. This is great international recognition for the Red Centre NT. Pyndan Camel Tracks has Nature Tourism accreditation with Eco-tourism...

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Things to do with kids in Alice Springs

Things to do with kids in Alice Springs

Do you look back on the photos of your kids and smile remembering how cute they were when they were so little? We love this photo in particular as it shows our son as a toddler with our camel, Mustafa when he was a newborn calf. Look how they greet each other, both so...

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Kat & Pixie

Kat & Pixie

Day in the life of cameleer Kat and Pixie the camel: on a film shoot depicting events about 2018 years ago and set in the Middle East. Embargo forbids any more hints. Keep your? and ? open for the film’s release.

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