Gallery - Welcome to the world of SEIT Tours, the Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Central Australia small group touring specialist, offering the opportunity to explore the real outback. SEIT Outback Australia takes you, without the crowds, on exciting, adventurous and interpretive small group tours.  Traveling with SEIT Tours gives you the time to learn, absorb and relax in the heart of Australia.  We look forward to welcoming you to our country. JOIN OUR SMALL GROUP TOURS FOR THE ULTIMATE OUTBACK ADVENTURE Explore Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with us or let us take you beyond the boundaries of the park to exclusive locations such as traditional Aboriginal homelands or an outback cattle station. Come and immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of Central Australia. Book Now - SEIT Tours. GENERAL INFORMATION Our innovative touring company focuses on Red Centre touring from Alice Springs to Uluru with a vast range of dynamic FIT and customized itineraries for groups and charters. SEIT Tours works in joint partnership with a variety of private tour operators, National Parks, private landowners and Aboriginal operators to ensure that travellers engage in exceptional outback experiences. Whether your focus is on investigating the outback and exploring iconic landmarks, discovering the spirit and culture of indigenous Australia or retracing the steps of the pioneers and pastoralists, we have an outback experience just for you. By confirmation of your booking you agree to all the terms and conditions as follows: SEIT Tours reserves the right to alter itineraries, accommodation and transport in any way necessary due to road and weather conditions, cultural reasons, mechanical defects or any changes in operational conditions. Any personal expenses incurred by clients as a result of delays or alterations to any tour are the responsibility of the client. SEIT Tours provides experiences by a third party and takes no responsibility for loss, damage or injury as the result of negligence from this third party. Full terms and conditions are available on request. Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking. Please be aware that whilst all care is taken by SEIT Tours when catering for special requirements, we cannot guarantee that food provided will not contain traces of allergy items. Minimum of 4 passengers per tour for each tour to depart.
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With 170 different animal species calling Uluru home, our experienced guides will spot them for you along your journey. Keep an eye out for the Thorny Devil, it’s a small dragon covered in densely packed spikes. It walks with an unusual rocking motion which can confuse the birds that prey on them.
"Our tour of just 10 was perfect for us. Ben, our guide was really interesting- knowledgeable and passionate about the history, culture and environment. We had a perfect spot to see the sunrise and enjoy a picnic breakfast and then got up close to Uluru, visiting the waterhole, a cave with paintings and hearing a couple of 'stories'. Would definitely recommend."

- SEIT Uluru Highlights, April 2024
No matter which angle you view it from, Mt Conner is a site that definitely won’t disappoint 😍 Standing at a height of 300 metres, this flat-topped sandstone monolith creates an incredible impression among an otherwise flat landscape. Known to the local Anangu people as ‘Artilla’, this 500-million-year-old peak shares some common visual characteristics with, and is therefore often confused by visitors with Uluru.
In the heart of Australia lies a sacred land of incredible beauty and cultural richness – Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. This ancient landscape, with history and tradition dating back millennia, beckons travellers from every corner of the globe to experience its awe-inspiring marvels. Have you added this Northern Territory gem to your bucket list yet?
Within the breathtaking backdrop of Central Australia, SEIT Tours stands as your trusted companion, offering a unique approach to exploration rooted in our fundamental principles of Spirit, Emotion, Intellect, and Task (SEIT). As you embark on this journey of discovery alongside us, anticipate exploring beyond mere sightseeing and immersing yourself in active engagement. Here, every moment carries profound significance, resonating with purpose, and each step you take is an opportunity to awaken your senses, broaden your horizons, forge connections, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Learn more about the SEIT experience in our latest article: Link in bio.
"Travel sparks our imagination, feeds our curiosity and reminds us how much we all have in common." - Deborah Lloyd
Discover the intriguing history of the Red Centre, where Mount Conner's sandstone unveils a geological secret. It contains ancient marine fossils, providing evidence that the area was once covered by an inland sea. These fossils, dating back millions of years, offer a fascinating glimpse into the region's distant past when it was submerged beneath the waters of an ancient ocean.

Interested to learn more about the rich history of Mount Conner? Book your tour today > Link in bio.
SEIT is a collective of passionate storytellers dedicated to sharing the awe-inspiring beauty of Australia's natural wonders. Our mission is to transport you into the heart of these magnificent landscapes through interactive and intimate tours.

We firmly believe in the profound impact of storytelling and aim to create unforgettable experiences that forge deep connections between travellers and the land they explore. Get ready to embark on a journey like no other, where captivating tales intertwine with the breathtaking beauty of nature.

Join us as we unravel the secrets of this extraordinary land and its people, and let the power of stories transform your perspective.
Located in Watarrka National Park, Kings Canyon is a majestic site featuring 300-metre-high sandstone walls that encompass many palm-filled crevices. It also offers a stunning vantage point to take in the desert views that stretch to the horizon.

Home to more than 600 species of native plants and wildlife, Kings Canyon is considered botanically the richest region in Central Australia.

If you would like to visit this incredible canyon, our Red Centre Iconics tour can take you there! Visit our website for more information: Link in bio.
"The tour was excellent only because Hayley our tour guide made it so. Excellent knowledge of the area and its history, a great education. The Walpa Gorge was spectacular, the sunrise awesome and a good breakfast . Would definitely recommend this tour and the tour company."

- SEIT Kata Tjuta, March 2024
The Daintree Rainforest holds immense Indigenous cultural significance, particularly for the Kuku Yalanji people. With roots dating back thousands of years, the Kuku Yalanji have developed a profound connection to this ancient land. They have inherited a wealth of knowledge through oral traditions, preserving a tapestry of Dreamtime creation stories that reveal the origins of the rainforest and its importance in their cosmology. These stories have shaped their traditions, rituals, and profound reverence for the natural world.

Check out our two Daintree tours that offer travellers a glimpse into the unique lives of the Kuku Yalanji people: Link in bio.
For those of you who have visited the Red Centre, did you have the chance to meet one of these blue-tongued locals? 🦎  We would love to see your images in the comments 👇
Did you know that when rain hits the surface of Uluru, it causes the rock to change colour? From a dark burgundy to silver, or even jet black, every angle of Uluru takes on a different hue, making it picture-perfect for your holiday snaps 📷
In the heart of Australia’s Daintree Rainforest, a sanctuary of biodiversity and ancient natural beauty, the Kuku Yalanji people have crafted a cultural haven. Amongst the ancient trees and vibrant flora, art emerges as a profound channel through which the community expresses its deep connection to the land, spirituality, and the Dreamtime.

In our latest blog we explore the significance of art to the Kuku Yalanji people, unravelling the layers that make their creations a vibrant reflection of their history, beliefs, and ongoing journey. Check it out here: Link in bio.

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Are you longing for an authentic Aussie Outback experience? While the iconic Uluru and Kata Tjuta often steal the spotlight, the picturesque red sandy plains of Australia’s Red Centre are also home to a neighbouring hidden gem that awaits your discovery – Mount Conner.

If you are ready to tick a visit to Central Australia off your bucket list, SEIT offers an 8-hour fully guided 4WD tour of Mount Conner to add the extra wow factor to your trip.

Learn more or book your tour today > Link in bio.
"We had a wonderful walk around Uluru. Our guide, Hayley, was very informative and considerate of others by setting the pace of the walk to suit the slower walkers. The walk itself was easy, and we had plenty of time to look and explore the rock."

- SEIT Uluru Trek, 2024

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