SEIT Outback Australia

Feel the spirit of the traditional ancestors and the history of Australian pioneers.
Experience the emotion of the outback as you undertake your journey.
Feed your intellect with your highly knowledgeable and professional guides, educating you at each step of your journey with information on flora, fauna, environment, culture and the history of the outback.
Undergo hands on task with each of SEIT Outback Australia's touring experiences.

Ayers Rock National Park fee
Adults: $32.00 / Children: $19.00

Adults $32.00
Children $19.00
SEIT Uluru Sunset - SSU
Adults: $64.00 / Children: $47.00


Experience the many moods of Uluru at sunset with an uninterrupted view. Admire the immensity of Uluru as you immerse yourself in the environmental changes of this world-renowned icon. Relax with a glass of sparkling wine and light refreshments as the sun sets in the west.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at time of booking. Varies between 5:00pm and 6:30pm depending on season.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
2 Hours.

Meals:
- Nibbles, sparkling wine, orange juice.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park entry fee.

Inclusions:
- Guided tour.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Sunset at Uluru.

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.
- Camera.

Adults $64.00
Children $47.00
SEIT Kata Tjuta Domes -SKD
Adults: $112.00 / Children: $89.00

Depart Ayers Rock Resort and travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From there it is a 40 kilometre journey through the desert landscape to the mighty rock formation, a place where unique flora and fauna thrive - Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Here the guide will reveal the many attributes of this diverse environment and describe the cultural significance of Kata Tjuta as a sacred Aboriginal men's ceremonial site. Arriving at Walpa Gorge walk between the mighty conglomerate domes and hear how these 36 domes that make up Kata Tjuta have evolved over millions of years. Take time to listen to the wind (Walpa) far above and view the scale of the rock walls that surround. The spirituality of this amazing location embraces everyone who ventures here.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at time of booking. Ranges from 1:30pm to 3:00pm.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
3 Hours.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park entry fee.

Inclusions:
- Guided tour/walk through Kata Tjuta.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Audio language iPod (limited numbers - must be requested at time of booking).

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.

Adults $112.00
Children $89.00
SEIT Uluru Highlights - SUH
Adults: $116.00 / Children: $93.00

Travel towards Uluru where its vast shape rises from the sand dunes in the early dawn light highlighting its presence in this country. Stop at a special location to watch the sun rise over this amazing monolith and enjoy a picnic breakfast. Travel to Mutitjulu Waterhole where you will learn the Creation stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (python). Then drive around the base of Uluru hearing the cultural stories of the Mala people before returning to the resort.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at the time of booking. Starting from 4:45am to 6:15am.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
3 Hours.

Meals:
- Outback Picnic Breakfast.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park Fee.

Inclusions:
- Exprienced Guide.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Sunrise overlooking Uluru.
- Drive around Uluru's base.
- Audio language iPod (limited numbers - must be requested at time of booking).

What to Bring:
- Comfortable covered walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.

Adults $116.00
Children $93.00
SEIT Uluru Trek -SUT
Adults: $147.00 / Children: $119.00

Starting at sunrise, trek around the 12 kilometre base trail of Uluru and embrace the culture, geology and environment that is the essence of this amazing monolith. Along the trail, witness the sunrise, visit waterholes and the rock art sites of the ancients and learn of Uluru's cultural significance to the Anangu (local Aboriginal) people. Take time out to enjoy a picnic breakfast whilst listening to the variety of desert noises from the surrounding environment. The guide will tell the cultural stories (Tjukurpa); stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (python), as well as many other Aboriginal creation stories associated with this central Australian icon.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at the time of booking. Time ranges from 4:45am to 6:15am.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
6 Hours.

Meals:
- Outback Picnic Breakfast.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park Fee.

Inclusions:
- Experienced Guide.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Sunrise at Uluru.
- Trek around Uluru's Base.
- Audio language iPod (limited numbers - must be requested at time of booking).

What to Bring:
- Comfortable covered walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.

Adults $147.00
Children $119.00
SEIT Valley of the Winds - SVW
Adults: $147.00 / Children: $119.00

Your SEIT Outback Australia guide will meet you at the entrance of your accommodation at Ayers Rock Resort and your tour will travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. From there is it a 40- kilometre journey through the desert landscape to the mighty rock formation of Kata Tjuta. As you approach the entrance to the Valley of the Winds, named for the winds that whistle between the massive domes that shape Kata Tjuta, the result of eons of weathering and continual upheaval, your guide will share the significance of this men's sacred ceremonial site. We walk 7.4 kilometres at the base of the conglomerate rock walls as your guide explains how the environment and the geology have evolved over millions of years. Enjoy a morning tea at a stop en route and once back at the start of the circuit your guide will return to your accommodation at Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Days:
Daily operates 01APR-31OCT only.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
7.30am.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
5 Hours.

Meals:
- Morning Tea

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park Fee.

Inclusions:
- Guided tour/walk.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Audio language iPod (limited numbers - must be requested at time of booking).

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.

Adults $147.00
Children $119.00
SEIT Uluru - SUL
Adults: $147.00 / Children: $119.00


Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From this point it is only a matter of minutes before the spectre of Uluru rises from the sand dunes to demonstrate its enormity and presence in this country. The first stop allows you a photographic opportunity of this amazing icon. With Uluru looming in front of you, journey toward the monolith where your next stop is a walk along the Mala Walk at the base of Uluru to the impressive Kantju Gorge. Here you can learn about the Mala People and the importance of their ceremonies. Further around the base of Uluru, walk along the Kuniya Walk and visit Mutitjulu Waterhole, a semi­permanent watercourse nestled in the contours of Uluru. Here you will learn of the Creation stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (python). You will see ancient rock art and learn how Uluru was, and still is, a significant location for teaching young Aboriginal people. Then adjourn to the new Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area where you will observe an
uninterrupted view of Uluru with Kata Tjuta in the background. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine as you watch the sun set from a different perspective away from the crowds. Return to your accommodation at Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at time of booking.
JAN-FEB, NOV-DEC: 3:30pm.
MAR, 16-31OCT: 3:00pm.
APR-MAY, AUG-15OCT: 2:30pm.
JUN-JUL: 2:00pm.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
5 Hours.

Meals:
- Nibbles, sparkling wine, orange juice.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park entry fee.

Inclusions:
- Guided tour.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Audio language iPod (limited numbers - must be requested at time of booking).

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.

Adults $147.00
Children $119.00
SEIT Kata Tjuta - SKT
Adults: $147.00 / Children: $119.00

Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From there is it a 40km journey through the desert landscape to the mighty rock formation. On arrival at the viewing area, walk to the best vantage point to see the 36 domes that comprise this spiritual place while watching the sun's morning glow as the desert comes alive. Head to the western side of Kata Tjuta where there is the opportunity to relax and enjoy an outdoor picnic breakfast. Approach the entrance to Walpa Gorge, named after the wind (Walpa) that whistles between the massive domes that shape Kata Tjuta. Formed as a result of eons of weathering and continual upheaval, the guide will share the significance of this men's sacred ceremonial site. Take a stroll between these mighty conglomerate rock walls as the guide explains how the environment and the geology has evolved over millions of years.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at time of booking. Time ranges from 4:45am to 6:15am.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
5 Hours.

Meals:
- Outback picnic breakfast.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park entry fee.

Inclusions:
- Guided tour/walk through Kata Tjuta.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Audio language iPod (limited numbers - must be requested at time of booking).

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months).
- Sunscreen.

Adults $147.00
Children $119.00
SEIT Patji - SPA
Adults: $240.00 / Children: $190.00


A SEIT Outback Australia vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to commence a half day Patji tour. Travelling through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with the impressive Uluru close by, you will meet your Aboriginal host at the Cultural Centre. Leaving Uluru behind, you head south out of the national park onto Aboriginal land known as Patji, and your off-road adventure begins! You will explore this extraordinary environment and hear stories of how life was for the local Anangu (Aboriginal) people and how it is today. Visit the site where the original Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park gates once stood, marvel at rock waterholes and learn about this ever changing environment. Join your Anangu host for afternoon tea round the campfire at a custom built shelter and learn aspects of the history such as how Paddy Uluru fought for Aboriginal land rights to where Uluru is today. Learn about the flora and fauna of the region that has been crucial to the survival of the Uluru family for thousands of years. Continue on via remote bush tracks through the desert to a private Patji sand dune to appreciate the expanse of this desert region as you watch the sun set over Uluru and Kata Tjuta with drinks and light snacks. Tour concludes at approximately 8.30pm, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.
~~ 01-Nov-2019 to 31-Mar-2020~~Valid for 01NOV19-31MAR20:
A SEIT Outback Australia vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to commence a half day Patji tour. Travelling through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with the impressive Uluru close by, you will meet your Aboriginal host at the Cultural Centre. Leaving Uluru behind, you head south out of the national park onto Aboriginal land known as Patji, and your off-road adventure begins! You will explore this extraordinary environment and hear stories of how life was for the local Anangu (Aboriginal) people and how it is today. Visit the site where the original Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park gates once stood, marvel at rock waterholes and learn about this ever changing environment. Join your Anangu host for morning tea round the campfire at a custom built shelter and learn aspects of the history such as how Paddy Uluru fought for Aboriginal land rights to where Uluru is today. Learn about the flora and fauna of the region that has been crucial to the survival of the Uluru family for thousands of years. Continue on via remote bush tracks through the desert to a private Patji sand dune to appreciate the expanse of this desert region as you marvel at the sweeping views over Uluru and Kata Tjuta with a light lunch. After lunch you will farewell your Aboriginal host at the Cultural Centre and your SEIT guide will return you to your hotel at Ayers Rock Resort at approximately 2.00pm.
~~ 01-Apr-2020 to 31-Oct-2020~~Valid for 01APR20-31OCT20:
A SEIT Outback Australia vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to commence a half day Patji tour. Travelling through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with the impressive Uluru close by, you will meet your Aboriginal host at the Cultural Centre. Leaving Uluru behind, you head south out of the national park onto Aboriginal land known as Patji, and your off-road adventure begins! You will explore this extraordinary environment and hear stories of how life was for the local Anangu (Aboriginal) people and how it is today. Visit the site where the original Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park gates once stood, marvel at rock waterholes and learn about this ever changing environment. Join your Anangu host for afternoon tea round the campfire at a custom built shelter and learn aspects of the history such as how Paddy Uluru fought for Aboriginal land rights to where Uluru is today. Learn about the flora and fauna of the region that has been crucial to the survival of the Uluru family for thousands of years. Continue on via remote bush tracks through the desert to a private Patji sand dune to appreciate the expanse of this desert region as you watch the sun set over Uluru and Kata Tjuta with drinks and light snacks. Tour concludes at approximately 8.30pm, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.
~~ 01-Nov-2020 to 31-Mar-2021~~Valid for 01NOV20-31MAR21:
A SEIT Outback Australia vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to commence a half day Patji tour. Travelling through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with the impressive Uluru close by, you will meet your Aboriginal host at the Cultural Centre. Leaving Uluru behind, you head south out of the national park onto Aboriginal land known as Patji, and your off-road adventure begins! You will explore this extraordinary environment and hear stories of how life was for the local Anangu (Aboriginal) people and how it is today. Visit the site where the original Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park gates once stood, marvel at rock waterholes and learn about this ever changing environment. Join your Anangu host for morning tea round the campfire at a custom built shelter and learn aspects of the history such as how Paddy Uluru fought for Aboriginal land rights to where Uluru is today. Learn about the flora and fauna of the region that has been crucial to the survival of the Uluru family for thousands of years. Continue on via remote bush tracks through the desert to a private Patji sand dune to appreciate the expanse of this desert region as you marvel at the sweeping views over Uluru and Kata Tjuta with a light lunch. After lunch you will farewell your Aboriginal host at the Cultural Centre and your SEIT guide will return you to your hotel at Ayers Rock Resort at approximately 2.00pm.

Departure Days:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
APR, AUG-15OCT: 1:30pm
MAY-JUL: 1:00pm
16-31OCT: 2:00pm.
NOV-MAR: 7:00am.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
7 Hours.

Meals:
APR-OCT: Afternoon tea, non-alcoholic beverages.
NOV-MAR: Morning tea, light lunch.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park entry fee.

Inclusions:
- Guided tour.
- Aboriginal Host.
- Entry into Aboriginal Lands.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.

Adults $240.00
Children $190.00
SEIT Cave Hill - SCH
Adults: $240.00 / Children: $190.00

This tour is an Indigenous cultural experience that provides an insight into everyday Aboriginal life. Journey by 4WD and travel deep into the desert of the Pitjantjatjara Lands of Central Australia, driving past the formidable Mount Conner, the third largest monolith of the Red Centre. On arrival, be greeted by an Anangu host. The Anangu are the traditional owners of Cave Hill, which is the site of the Seven Sisters Tjukurpa (creation time), a story that has been maintained since the beginning of time. View magnificent cave paintings, where the drama of the Seven Sisters creation story is illustrated on the ceiling of the cave. Later walk to the top of Cave Hill to admire a 360-degree panoramic view of the surrounding countryside, including Uluru 100kms away, Mount Conner and the imposing Musgrave Ranges. Discuss Tjukurpa and the Songlines and learn their relevance to Anangu life in the desert, and learn of traditional food gathering and the preparation of desert bush tucker. After lunch return to Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
APR-OCT: 7:30am.
NOV-MAR: 6:30am.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
9 hours.

Entrance Fees:
- Included.

Meals:
- Morning tea.
- Barbeque Lunch.

Inclusions:
- Entry into Aboriginal lands.
- 1 x bottle of water and refill water.
- Professional guide.
- Aboriginal host.

What to Bring:
- Comfortable covered walking shoes.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months)
- Sunscreen.

Adults $240.00
Children $190.00
SEIT Mt Conner 4WD Outback Adventure - SMC
Adults: $240.00 / Children: $190.00

Mt Conner is the third of the great monoliths and is situated 100 kilometres east of Uluru on a vast, fully operational, privately owned cattle station called Curtin Springs Station. While the dams on the property were constructed for watering cattle, they are the perfect natural habitat for red kangaroos, rock wallabies and a vast array of birds and reptiles of the Red Centre. Discover an ancient inland salt lake and learn about the European history of the region as you explore the property by 4WD. Whilst enjoying a glass of sparkling wine, be captivated by the spectacular changing colours of sunset over Mt Conner before returning to Curtin Springs Station Homestead to enjoy a three-course home cooked dinner prepared by the station cook. After dinner your guide will return you to Ayers Rock Resort.
~~ 01-Apr-2020 to 31-Mar-2021~~Valid for 01APR20-31MAR21:
Mt Conner is the third of the great monoliths and is situated 100 kilometres east of Uluru on a vast, fully operational, privately owned cattle station called Curtin Springs Station. While the dams on the property were constructed for watering cattle, they are the perfect natural habitat for red kangaroos, rock wallabies and a vast array of birds and reptiles of the Red Centre. Discover an ancient inland salt lake and learn about the European history of the region as you explore the property by 4WD. Whilst enjoying a glass of sparkling wine, be captivated by the spectacular changing colours of sunset over Mt Conner before returning to Curtin Springs Station Homestead to enjoy a home cooked dinner prepared by the station cook. After dinner your guide will return you to Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
Please note: Tour Departure times vary throughout the year due to sunset.
DEC-FEB: 2:30pm.
MAR, OCT-NOV: 2:00pm.
APR, AUG-SEP: 1:30pm.
MAY-JUL: 1:00pm.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
7-8 Hours.

Entrance Fees:
- Included.

Meals:
~~ 01-Apr-2019 to 31-Mar-2020~~Valid for 01APR19-31MAR20:
- Light refreshments including sparkling wine.
- 3 course dinner. ~~~~
~~ 01-Apr-2020 to 31-Mar-2021~~Valid for 01APR20-31MAR21:
- Light refreshments including sparkling wine.
- Dinner.~~~~

Inclusions:
~~ 01-Apr-2019 to 31-Mar-2020~~Valid for 01APR19-31MAR20:
- 4WD tour.
- Experienced guide.
- 3 course dinner at Curtin Springs Station.
- Sunset viewing.
- 1 bottle of water and refill water.~~~~
~~ 01-Apr-2020 to 31-Mar-2021~~Valid for 01APR20-31MAR21:
- 4WD tour.
- Experienced guide.
- Dinner at Curtin Springs Station.
- Sunset viewing.
- 1 bottle of water and refill water.~~~~

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes,
- Small day pack,
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months),
- Sunscreen.

Adults $240.00
Children $190.00
SEIT All Package - SAL
Adults: $276.00 / Children: $219.00

Description:
~~ 01-Apr-2018 to 31-Mar-2020~~Valid for 01APR18-31MAR20:
The SEIT ALL Pass includes the SEIT Kata Tjuta Sunrise tour OR the SEIT Valley of the Winds, and the SEIT Uluru Trek OR SEIT Uluru.

SEIT Kata Tjuta - Sunrise
Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From there is it a 40km journey through the desert landscape to the mighty rock formation. On arrival at the viewing area, walk to the best vantage point to see the 36 domes that comprise this spiritual place while watching the sun's morning glow as the desert comes alive. Head to the western side of Kata Tjuta where there is the opportunity to relax and enjoy an outdoor picnic breakfast. Approach the entrance to Walpa Gorge, named for the wind (Walpa) that whistles between the massive domes that shape Kata Tjuta, the result of eons of weathering and continual upheaval, the guide will share the significance of this men's sacred ceremonial site. Take a stroll between these mighty conglomerate rock walls as the guide explains how the environment and the geology has evolved over millions of years.

SEIT Valley of the Winds
Welcome to the world of Kata Tjuta and the Valley of the Winds (available 01APR-31OCT only). These spiritual domes offer a challenging walk between these giant geological formations showcasing awe-inspiring scenery. Your guide will tour you through this sacred men's area where you will see a diverse range of flora, and learn about the European history of this amazing region.

SEIT Uluru Trek
Start at sunrise, trek around the 12 kilometre base trail of Uluru and embrace the culture, geology and environment that is the essence of this amazing monolith. Along the trail, witness the sunrise, visit waterholes and the rock art sites of the ancients and learn of Uluru's cultural significance to the Anangu (local Aboriginal) people. Take time out to enjoy a picnic breakfast whilst listening to the variety of desert noises from the surrounding environment. The guide will tell the cultural stories (Tjukurpa); stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (python), as well as many other Aboriginal creation stories associated with this central Australian icon.

SEIT Uluru
Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From this point it is only a matter of minutes before the spectre of Uluru rises from the sand dunes to demonstrate its enormity and presence in this country. The first stop allows a photographic opportunity of this amazing icon. With Uluru looming in front, drive around the base to the entrance of Mutitjulu Waterhole, a semi-permanent watercourse nestled in the contours of Uluru. Learn the Creation stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (python) and their battle for control of Uluru as well as a number of other stories associated with other prominent Tjukurpa (Dreaming) stories. See the rock art of the ancients and learn how Uluru was, and still is, a significant location for teaching young Aboriginal people. Adjourn to the new Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area to observe an uninterrupted view of Uluru with Kata Tjuta in the background while enjoying sparkling wine and nibbles.~~~~

Departure Days:
Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Point:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at time of booking. Hours range from 4:45am to 6:15am.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Dropoff:
Ayers Rock Resort.

Duration:
Each tour 5 hours. Can be taken over 2 days.

Meals:
- Outback picnic breakfast. OR hiking snacks.
- Nibbles, sparkling wine, orange juice OR Outback Picnic Breakfast.

Not Included:
- Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park entry fee.

Inclusions:
- SEIT Kata Tjuta OR SEIT Valley of the Winds.
- SEIT Uluru OR SEIT Uluru Trek sunrise.
- 1 x bottle of water on each tour with refill water.
- Audio language iPod (limited numbers must be requested at time of booking).

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes,
- Small day pack,
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months),
- Sunscreen.

Adults $276.00
Children $219.00
3 Day Iconics Tour to Alice Springs - No Accom - SICON
Adults: $1,011.00 / Children: $1,011.00

Description:
~~ 01-Apr-2018 to 31-Mar-2020~~Valid for 01APR18-31MAR20:
Day 1: A SEIT Outback Australia vehicle will pick you up from Ayers Rock Resort to commence a three day Iconics Tour. Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From this point it is only a matter of minutes before the spectre of Uluru rises from the sand dunes to demonstrate its enormity and presence in this country. The first stop allows you a photographic opportunity of this amazing icon. With Uluru looming in front of you, journey toward the monolith where your next stop is a walk along the Mala Walk at the base of Uluru to the impressive Kantju Gorge. Here you can learn about the Mala People and the importance of their ceremonies. Further around the base of Uluru, walk along the Kuniya Walk and visit Mutitjulu Waterhole, a semi­permanent watercourse nestled in the contours of Uluru. Here you will learn of the Creation stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (python). You will see ancient rock art and learn how Uluru was, and still is, a significant location for teaching young Aboriginal people. Then adjourn to the new Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area where you will observe an uninterrupted view of Uluru with Kata Tjuta in the background. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine as you watch the sun set from a different perspective away from the crowds. We return to Ayers Rock Resort. Dinner is at own expense.

Overnight accommodation at your own expense in Ayers Rock.

Day 2: We depart between 4:45am-6:15am for the Kata Tjuta tour. Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From there is it a 40km journey through the desert landscape to the mighty rock formation. On arrival at the viewing area, walk to the best vantage point to see the 36 domes that comprise this spiritual place while watching the sun's morning glow as the desert comes alive. Head to the western side of Kata Tjuta where there is the opportunity to relax and enjoy an outdoor picnic breakfast. Approach the entrance to Walpa Gorge, named after the wind (Walpa) that whistles between the massive domes that shape Kata Tjuta. Formed as a result of eons of weathering and continual upheaval, the guide will share the significance of this men's sacred ceremonial site. Take a stroll between these mighty conglomerate rock walls as the guide explains how the environment and the geology has evolved over millions of years. After we are dropped back at Ayers Rock Resort we depart for Kings Canyon. We stop along the way at Curtin Springs Station for a picnic lunch. Join the Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience near Kings Canyon. We overnight at Kings Canyon, the evening is at your leisure. (B, L)

Overnight accommodation at your own expense in Kings Canyon.

Day 3: This morning undertake the Rim Walk or explore the Kings Creek Walk with a picnic breakfast. After your walk we depart for Alice Springs, taking the Giles Road (off-road) with a picnic lunch along the way. Once in Alice Springs we visit Anzac Hill to get sweeping views over the town. Your guide will transfer you to your chosen hotel. (B, L).~~~~

Departure Days:
Tuesday and Friday except 25DEC-01JAN.

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at the time of booking.
NOV-FEB: 3:30pm
MAR, 16-31OCT: 3:00pm
APR-MAY, AUG-15OCT: 2:30pm.
JUN-JUL: 2:00pm

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Accommodation.

Dropoff:
Alice Springs Accommodation.

Duration:
3 days / 2 nights.

Entrance Fees:
- Uluru National Park Entry Fee.

Meals:
- 2 breakfasts.
- 2 lunches.
- Refreshments on sunset tour.

Not Included:
- Accommodation.
- Dinner on day 1, 2, 3.
- Airport transfer to Ayers Rock Resort.

Inclusions:
- Professional SEIT Guide
- Uluru afternoon tour including sunset.
- 1 x bottle with refill water on Day 1.
- Kata Tjuta sunrise tour.
- Kings Canyon including rim walk or creek walk.
- Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience
- Anzac Hill in Alice Springs.
- Transfer to hotel in Alice Springs.

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- 1 x medium sized piece luggage only.
- Water bottle.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months).
- Sunscreen.

Adults $1,011.00
Children $1,011.00
3 Day Iconics Tour to Alice Springs incl Drovers Camp
Adults: $1,455.00 / Children: $1,455.00

Description:
~~ 01-Apr-2018 to 31-Mar-2020~~Valid for 01APR18-31MAR20:
Day 1: A SEIT Outback Australia vehicle will pick you up from Ayers Rock Resort to commence a three day Iconics Tour. Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From this point it is only a matter of minutes before the spectre of Uluru rises from the sand dunes to demonstrate its enormity and presence in this country. The first stop allows you a photographic opportunity of this amazing icon. With Uluru looming in front of you, journey toward the monolith where your next stop is a walk along the Mala Walk at the base of Uluru to the impressive Kantju Gorge. Here you can learn about the Mala People and the importance of their ceremonies. Further around the base of Uluru, walk along the Kuniya Walk and visit Mutitjulu Waterhole, a semi­permanent watercourse nestled in the contours of Uluru. Here you will learn of the Creation stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (python). You will see ancient rock art and learn how Uluru was, and still is, a significant location for teaching young Aboriginal people. Then adjourn to the new Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area where you will observe an uninterrupted view of Uluru with Kata Tjuta in the background. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine as you watch the sun set from a different perspective away from the crowds. We return to Ayers Rock Resort. Dinner is at own expense.

Overnight accommodation at your own expense in Ayers Rock.

Day 2: We depart between 4:45am-6:15am for the Kata Tjuta tour. Travel through the landscape to the entrance of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. From there is it a 40km journey through the desert landscape to the mighty rock formation. On arrival at the viewing area, walk to the best vantage point to see the 36 domes that comprise this spiritual place while watching the sun's morning glow as the desert comes alive. Head to the western side of Kata Tjuta where there is the opportunity to relax and enjoy an outdoor picnic breakfast. Approach the entrance to Walpa Gorge, named after the wind (Walpa) that whistles between the massive domes that shape Kata Tjuta. Formed as a result of eons of weathering and continual upheaval, the guide will share the significance of this men's sacred ceremonial site. Take a stroll between these mighty conglomerate rock walls as the guide explains how the environment and the geology has evolved over millions of years. After we are dropped back at Ayers Rock Resort we depart for Kings Canyon. We stop along the way at Curtin Springs Station for a picnic lunch. Join the Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience near Kings Canyon. We overnight at Drover's Camp at Kings Creek Station and enjoy an outback barbeque dinner. (B, L, D)

Overnight accommodation at Drover's Camp, Kings Creek Station in a Double Dome Swag.

Day 3: This morning undertake the Rim Walk or explore the Kings Creek Walk with a picnic breakfast. After your walk we depart for Alice Springs, taking the Giles Road (off-road) with a picnic lunch along the way. Once in Alice Springs we visit Anzac Hill to get sweeping views over the town. Your guide will transfer you to your chosen hotel. (B, L).~~~~

Departure Days:
~~ 01-Apr-2018 to 31-Mar-2019~~Valid for 01APR18-31MAR19: Tuesday and Friday except 01DEC18-31MAR19.~~~~
~~ 01-Apr-2019 to 31-Mar-2020~~Valid for 01APR19-31MAR20: Tuesday and Friday except 25DEC-01JAN.~~~~

Departure Time:
To be confirmed at the time of booking.

Pickup:
Ayers Rock Accommodation.

Dropoff:
Alice Springs Accommodation.

Duration:
3 days / 2 nights.

Entrance Fees:
- Uluru National Park Entry Fee.

Meals:
- 2 breakfasts.
- 2 lunches.
- 1 Dinner.
- Refreshments on sunset tour.

Not Included:
- Accommodation on day 1.
- Dinner on day 1.
- Airport transfer to Ayers Rock Resort.

Inclusions:
- Professional SEIT Guide
- Uluru afternoon tour including sunset.
- 1 x bottle with refill water on Day 1.
- Kata Tjuta sunrise tour.
- 1 Night Accommodation at Drover's Camp at Kings Creek Station in a Luxury Double Dome Swag (Day 2).
- Kings Canyon including rim walk or creek walk.
- Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience
- Anzac Hill in Alice Springs.
- Transfer to hotel in Alice Springs.

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- 1 x medium sized piece luggage only.
- Water bottle.
- Small day pack.
- Broadbrimmed sun hat (with fly net during hotter months).
- Sunscreen.

Adults $1,455.00
Children $1,455.00

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