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Mount Conner Outback Safari with SEIT Safaris

Mount Conner Outback Safari with SEIT Safaris, Australia

100 kilometres east of Uluru in Australia's vast Red Centre is the third of the great monoliths, Mount Conner. Your tour follows 4WD tracks and a landscape which betrays a fascinating geological past.

Incredible salt lakes remain as a legacy of ancient inland oceans; examine fossilised remains of the oldest life forms on earth and enjoy the beauty and remoteness of Australia's rugged outback.

This tour provides a great opportunity to see native animals such as kangaroos and lizards in the wild and to reflect on the quietness and loneliness with a complimentary glass of bubbly and canapés as changing colours at sunset strike this imposing mountain plateau.

Then in the gathering night drive to Curtin Springs cattle station and enjoy a simple and friendly meal at a rustic outback pub and with true Australian hospitality before returning to the Ayers Rock Resort.

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