Pay homage to outback pioneers by devouring the Drovers Blowout, which includes soup, emu, crocodile, camel, barramundi, beef, and kangaroo.
For a hearty meal head to the Overlanders Steakhouse, a welcoming restaurant located in the building that was once the Alice Springs town hall. The steakhouse has a long history of offering unique dining experiences.
Find a table and order a steak in the refurbished rustic building. On the menu is the famous Drovers Blowout - a four-course eating adventure that starts off with soup and damper, continues with a platter of such meats as emu, crocodile, camel, barramundi, beef, and kangaroo, lets you choose a barramundi or rump steak main, and finishes with apple pie or pavlova. Accommodation pick-ups and drop offs are available as part of the Drovers Blowout package. There is a souvenir menu for you to take home and an a la carte menu is also available.
The Overlanders Steakhouse was established in 1971 to honour 'overlanders' - the men and women of the outback who were the people involved in the largest movements of cattle in the history of Australia. Also honoured are explorers, miners, settlers and bush workers.