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Enjoy the quintessential Aussie Outback experience and absorb the ambience of the Red Centre without the crowds. Your guide will take you in an air-conditioned 4WD vehicle to Mt Conner, located 100-kilometer east of Uluru on a privately owned cattle station called Curtin Springs. Look for red kangaroos, wallabies and other wildlife as you travel across the desert landscape. You will discover an ancient inland salt lake and learn about the European history of the region. Watch the sunset splash dazzling colors over Mt Conner as you sip a glass of sparkling wine. Then enjoy a delicious three course dinner at Curtin Springs Station before returning to Ayers Rock Resort.
Your guide will pick you up from your Ayers Rock Resort hotel in the early afternoon. Travel for approx. 45 minutes in an air-conditioned, comfortable 4WD vehicle across the central Australian desert to Mt Conner, located on Curtin Springs station. Look out for Australian wildlife such as red kangaroos, dingoes and wallabies on the way.
Once at Curtin Springs station, your off-road adventure begins! Drive past an inland salt lake and hear from your knowledgeable guide about European settlements and the history of this area. Drive around the back of Mt Conner and see how the landscape changes. After approx. 1.5 hours, you’ll arrive at the best spot to watch the sun set. Sip a glass of sparkling wine and keep your camera handy for that classic sunset picture. The desert and the enormous horse-shoe shaped mesa of Mt Conner glows with dramatic red, orange and violet shades of colour as the sun sets.
As night descends and the stars come out, head back to nearby Curtin Springs station for a delicious, authentic three course outback dinner. After dessert, your guide will return you to your Ayers Rock Resort hotel.
The tour guide was excellent. Favourite part of this tour was the salt lake. Would have been great to walk around the base of the rock. Dinner was very good.
Jason W Singapore
Although we had expected to get near Mount Connor, we did not. The sunset was not as beautiful as Uluru . It was more of a photographer's trip so if you did not bring your camera equipment, it can get boring. We did stop to see a few animals but that was about it.
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