Many a visitor travelling along the Lasseter Highway has been fooled by the sight of Mount Conner. Rising 300m above the surrounding plains it is easily mistaken for it’s more famous cousin Uluru.

 69894 Mount Conner

Mount Conner (aka Atila) was first sighted by William Goss in 1873 and named after M L Conner who was a member of the South Australian government at the time.

It’s located in Curtin Springs Station and it’s for this reason that it’s not readily accessible to the public. However, you can book onto organised tours which will get you up close and personal with the rock. Check out Curtin Springs Wayside Inn for more info.

Pictures of Mount Conner

All of Richard's pictures of Mount Conner are available to buy as high quality photographic Prints or on Canvas. We also have many framing options available.

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For enquires about image licensing and corporate purchases of Richard's pictures of Mount Conner use our contact form or call Richard directly on;

   0410 191 288

"I’m committed to bringing you the best of quality and workmanship in all aspects of my photography, from capture to print."

"With the backing of my family picture framing and printing business Lemon Tree Framing Gallery, which has been operating on the Central Coast for over 45 years, I’m also able to offer the highest quality printing and framing options. All materials used are superior acid free products which guarantee to maintain the appearance of your photographs for years to come."

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