Seit Outback Australia
Welcome to the world of SEIT Outback Australia and the opportunity to explore the real Central Australia.
Join our SMALL GROUP TOURS ....SEIT Outback Australia takes you, without the crowds, on exciting, adventurous and interpretive small group tours. Travelling with SEIT Outback Australia gives you the time to learn, absorb and relax in the heart of Australia. We look forward to welcoming you to our country.
Our team of professional, passionate and knowledgeable staff members will guide you on adventurous and educational tours to exclusive and specialised locations showcasing iconic, pioneering, and cultural experiences throughout Central Australia.
The company bases its philosophies from the key words of Spirit, Emotion, Intellect and Task (SEIT).
SPIRIT - Feel the spirit of the traditional ancestors and the history of our pioneers
EMOTION - Experience the emotion of the outback as you undertake your journey.
INTELLECT- Feed your intellect with your highly knowledgeable and professional guides, educating you at each step of your journey with information on flora, fauna, environment, culture and the history of the outback.
TASK - Undergo hands on task with each of our touring experiences
SEIT Outback Australia offers exciting, adventurist, exclusive and specialised iconic, pioneering and/or cultural touring throughout Outback Australia. Whether it's a private charter or a small group public tour, our guests will see the very best that central Australia has to offer.
SEIT Outback Australia is an innovative touring company focussing on Red Centre touring and traveling to such classic locations as Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Mt Conner, Kings Canyon, East and West MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs and beyond.
SEIT Outback Australia works in joint partnership with a variety of private tour operators, national parks, private landowners and Aboriginal operators. SEIT Outback will offer you a choice of itineraries to suit all your requirements.
You can choose to focus on traditional culture and explore iconic landmarks, or on the spirit of the traditional owners or are you bold enough to wander off the beaten tourist track?