Ever been on a Petticoat Safari Tour?

Oct 3, 2017

60 years ago in 1957 an all women tourist group set out from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock. To celebrate this anniversary SEIT Outback, a member of the women’s museum in Alice Springs, organizes the “Petticoat Safari Tour” from 20-23 October 2017. In this reenactment of the original journey the travellers are invited to journey on off road tracks, camp under the stars on Aboriginal lands and relive the trip of these pioneering and brave women.

http://pioneerwomen.com.au/learn/news-events/join-the-petticoat-safari-tour-1957-reenactment

 

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