Additional Booking

To add additional guests to your booking please follow instructions below

The primary guest (person who made original booking) is required to email campingandfishing@yalata.com.au requesting permission and the link to add additional guests. Payment must be made at least 14 days prior to booking date.

When emailing please include the below

  • Original booking number
  • Campsite
  • Dates of booking
  • Full name(s) of new guest requesting to be added

Once approved, our team will send a link and unique password to pay for the additional guest(s). 

The link is only valid for 14 days from when it is sent and must only be used by the Primary guest (not sharing with additional guests to pay individually).

*No payments will be taken upon arrival

Before requesting, please ensure all guests are aware that the possession or consumption of alcohol whilst on Yalata Lands is strictly prohibited.

If you have requested to add additional guests and obtained a password in the last 14 days, please follow the below link.

Entering Yalata Lands

This is Aboriginal owned land, managed by Yalata Anangu Aboriginal Corporation and the Yalata Land Management Unit for conservation of biodiversity and the sustainability of traditional cultures. We are proud of Our Land and are happy to share the experience of it with you. We hope you will enjoy your visit.

The impacts of steadily increasing visitor numbers on Yalata Lands has become more significant through damage to vegetation and preservation of sacred sites. One strategy to ensure recreational activities cause minimum impact is to control visitor numbers through a strict Permit system.

The Permit system provides other benefits; There are rules and regulations which are abnormal to the surrounding lands, and issuing of permits ensures visitors are aware of their responsibilities. The full conditions of entry are listed below.

The funds collected help to aid our Land Management activities in the area as well as providing Rangers to ensure the Lands are protected and the health and safety of visitors is overseen.