11 Day Outback Safari

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$3,888 USD
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$5,452 USD PP
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11 Day Outback Safari

✓ Travel with AAT Kings
Uncover outback locations, Devils Marbles & Wycliff Wells
Witness a magnificent Uluru sunset, sipping sparkling wine
✓ Walk the path of adventure on Kings Canyon Rim
Cruise Katherine Gorge, learn about the culture of the Jawoyn
✓ Visit the School of the Air with a local expert
✓ Local guides take you on a journey through Yellow Water Billabong to spot wildlife
✓ Discover the culture of a real outback remote pub with a visit to Daly Waters Pub.
✓ Your stay at Ayers Rock Resort contributes to the Mutitjulu Foundation, funding health and education projects for local Aboriginal communities

11 Day Outback Safari

✓ Travel with AAT Kings
Uncover outback locations, Devils Marbles & Wycliff Wells
Witness a magnificent Uluru sunset, sipping sparkling wine
✓ Walk the path of adventure on Kings Canyon Rim
Cruise Katherine Gorge, learn about the culture of the Jawoyn
✓ Visit the School of the Air with a local expert
✓ Local guides take you on a journey through Yellow Water Billabong to spot wildlife
✓ Discover the culture of a real outback remote pub with a visit to Daly Waters Pub.
✓ Your stay at Ayers Rock Resort contributes to the Mutitjulu Foundation, funding health and education projects for local Aboriginal communities

From PP Twin Share

$3,888 USD
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$5,452 USD PP
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