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Alice Springs to Uluru Ayers Rock Driving Guide - cover

Alice Springs to Uluru Ayers Rock Driving Guide

Travel Outback Australia

Publisher: Amanda Markham

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Summary

The only Ayers Rock - Alice Springs driving guide you'll  ever need! 
A complete driving guide to one of outback Australia's most iconic roadtrips through the Red Center. 
Less than the price of a cup of coffee! 
Over 110 pages of information, maps, photos, sightseeing and trip planning advice, written by outback locals with over 20 years of experience living and working Australia's Red Center.  
-TWO complete, detailed driving itineraries (not just what's on the web) 
-Four original local/expert sightseeing itineraries of 5-10 days not published elsewhere 
-Uluru to Alice Springs itinerary plus extended side trips and options 
-Detailed sightseeing, accommodation, trip planning and preparation advice 
-Our detailed beginner's guide to vehicle preparation and packing guides, based on more than 20 years of living and working in Outback Australia 
Written by the people behind the number one travel resource for the Australian outback on the web, Travel Outback Australia.com, this guide will show you everything you need to know to plan your Ayers Rock - Alice Springs outback trip of a lifetime.

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