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SEIT Outback Australia

SEIT Outback Australia is a small group touring specialist offering exciting, adventurous, exclusive and specialised iconic, pioneering and cultural touring in the Red Centre of Australia.

This innovative tour company focuses on providing clients with the ultimate interpretive touring experiences from Alice Springs to Uluru / Ayers Rock, with a range of products and customised touring itineraries for small groups (maximum 11 people) and bespoke private charters. The fleet of current model 11-seat Mercedes Benz Sprinter buses and luxury Toyota Fortuner 4WD vehicles ensures guests travel in the utmost comfort.

Many touring options are exclusive to SEIT Outback Australia such as the 4WD adventure to Mt Conner and the authentic indigenous cultural experiences at Cave Hill on the APY lands in South Australia and out on Patji, the traditional homelands of the Uluru family south of Uluru. These tours provide the opportunity for visitors to truly immerse themselves in our outback location and learn about the inextricable link between land, culture and wildlife found here.

All SEIT Outback Australia guides are accredited, highly trained and have a passion for culture, history and the environment. So come and SEIT Outback Australia with us. . and experience the tour of a lifetime.

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  • Tours

    Cave Hill Day Tour

    Anangu hosts will guide you to the magnificent cave paintings of the Seven Sisters creation story, graphically illustrated on the rock walls of the most significant art site in the centre. Learn about Tjukurpa (dreaming) and the Songlines relevant to Anangu life in the desert.

    This tour departs daily all year round with a minimum of four adults.

    Indicative rate includes - entry into Aboriginal lands, a professional guide, an Anangu guide, bottled water, morning tea and a barbecue lunch.

    Mt Conner 4WD Outback Adventure

    The perfect natural habitat for red kangaroos and a vast array of birds and reptiles, here you will investigate an ancient inland salt lake and learn about the pastoral history of the region. Be mesmerised by the spectacular changing colours of sunset over Mt Conner. Enjoy a three-course dinner at Curtin Springs Station prepared by the station cook, before returning to your hotel.

    Please note minimum numbers apply.

    Private Charter and Group Touring

    This innovative touring company focuses on Red Centre touring from Alice Springs to Uluru / Ayers Rock with customised itineraries for small groups and charters. SEIT Outback Australia works in joint partnership with a variety of private tour operators, national parks, private land owners and Aboriginal operators.

    SEIT Outback offers you a choice of itineraries to suit all your requirements. You can choose to focus on traditional culture and explore iconic landmarks, on the spirit of the traditional owners, or are you bold enough to wander off the beaten tourist track.

    Contact SEIT Outback Australia's reservations team for further details.

    SEIT Kata Tjuta

    Absorb the views from the best vantage point to see the 36 domes that comprise this spiritual place.

    Travel to a private location for an outback picnic breakfast including freshly brewed coffee and tea.

    Learn about the many attributes of this diverse environment on your guided walk between the mighty conglomerate rock walls into Walpa Gorge and hear how Kata Tjuta has evolved over millions of years.

    Please note minimum numbers apply.

    SEIT Kata Tjuta Domes

    Here your 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 you will 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 you.

    The spirituality of this amazing location embraces everyone who ventures here. Your guide will return you to your hotel in time for those booked in for the Sounds of Silence dinner.

    Tour duration is 3 hours and minimum numbers apply.

    SEIT Patji - A True Aboriginal Experience

    A unique and exclusive touring experience, Patji is located just outside of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park south of Uluru.

    Explore this extraordinary environment by 4WD with your Aboriginal guide, stopping along the journey to hear stories such as how Paddy Uluru fought for Aboriginal Lands rights to where Uluru is today. The Uluru family want to share their personal story with you during this authentic cultural experience. Join them under a remote shelter to hear how they survived in this desert environment before tourism started in the region.
    Continue on to a private sand dune to view the great expanse of the desert overlooking Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

    SEIT Uluru

    Meander around the monolith walking into waterholes and art sites with your guide and learn of Uluru’s cultural significance to the Anangu (local Aboriginal) people. Witness a spectacular sunset and absorb the majesty of this powerful place.

    Price includes - a professional guide, a driving tour of the complete base of Uluru, two short guided walks along the base, sparkling wine and light refreshments at sunset, and water to refill all bottles.

    Please note minimum numbers are required.

    SEIT Uluru Highlights

    Your guide will take you to a special location to watch the sun rise over this amazing monolith. You will learn the Creation stories of Liru (venomous snake) and Kuniya (woma python) and hear about the Mala people. After breakfast you will visit Mutitjulu Waterhole and then drive around the base of the Uluru before returning to the resort.

    SEIT Uluru Trek

    Your guide will tell the cultural stories (Tjukurpa) of Liru (venomous snake) and Kuniya (woma python), as well as many other Aboriginal creation stories associated with this Central Australian icon.

    Along the trail you will witness a sunrise, visit waterholes and the rock art sites of the ancients and learn of Uluru’s cultural significance to the Anangu (local Aboriginal) people.

    Please note minimum numbers are required.

    SEIT Valley of the Winds

    4km (4. 5 miles) hike through the Valley of the Winds. Along the way you will learn about the geology, flora and fauna of the area. Stop and admire the giant geological formation that towers above.

    The hike is a challenging walk with rough uneven terrain. A moderate to high level of fitness is required to complete this tour.
    Tour operates between 1 April-31 October only.

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