Sightsee 'n' Save
$345concession ? Prices above are for departures between 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018
Exclusive to overseas visitors
Available only for purchase prior to arrival in Australia, the AAT Kings Sightsee ‘n’ Save pass is a great way to explore Australia, particularly if you are visiting a number of different cities during your stay.
Book multiple tours & SAVE!
Each pass contains 4 coupons and can be redeemed on over 50 selected Day Tours throughout Australia. The number of coupons required for each tour varies by tour options and are marked from half coupon to two-and-a-half coupons. Depending upon tours selected, you can save up to 35%.
Flexibility in choosing tours and travel dates
Passes are valid for 24 months from date of booking, giving you flexibility in choosing tours and travel dates. You have the option to pre-book your individual day tours before you travel, or alternatively call us to book your tours when in Australia. If you have any unused coupons after your travel, you can be given to family and friends to use as passes are fully transferable*.
(*original booking reference must be quoted when redeeming unused/transferred coupons. )
Pre-paid Tour Pass
Call us for customisation option
Our special discounted rates make booking accommodation with us during your holiday both easy and affordable at selected AAT Kings hotels and resorts.
Find out more
- 4 x sightseeing 'n' save coupon
- Experienced Driver Guides
- Detailed and informative commentary
- Travel in an air-conditioned coach
What to bring
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Sunglasses, hat and sunscreen
- Water bottle
- Warm layers in the cooler months
Sightsee 'n' Save (4 coupons per pass) (SSNS)
Uluṟu is also known as Ayers Rock; it was named by William Gosse in 1873 after Sir Henry Ayers.
The highest point is Mount Olga, which rises approximately 546 m above the surrounding plain, 203 m higher than Uluṟu!
Uluṟu's surface is made up of valleys, ridges & caves that were created through erosion over millions of years. Surface oxidation of its iron content gives it an orange-red hue.
The name 'The Olgas' comes from the tallest peak, Mt. Olga which was named in 1872 by Ernest Giles in honour of Queen Olga of Württemberg!
The rock was created over some 600 million years, and the Aborigines have been in the area for the last 22,000 years.
The Olgas or Kata Tjuṯa, are a group of 36 island mountains which are separated by magnificent gorges.