Australia

Journey to the Red Center of Australia

Journey to the Red Center of Australia

G’day mates, There you are, the red sandy plain of the heart of Australia. Aborigines call the red sandstone formations “Uluru” and “Kata Tjuta” and white people Ayers Rock and The Olgas. These sandstone monoliths were discovered by the first...
When You’re in the Desert For Too Long…

When You’re in the Desert For Too Long…

G’day mates, We left behind the Flinders with its spectacular landscapes and rich wildlife to follow the legendary Oodnadatta Track into the full, red heart of Australia where there are no humans for hundreds of miles in any direction. The Oodnadatta Track follows the...
And no-one goes outback that’s that

And no-one goes outback that’s that

G’day mates, Our discovery of the Kimberley region ends at Kununurra in far Northern Western Australia about 1,380 miles from Perth. Kununurra is a quiet town nestled in the heart of an oasis of tropical fruit plantations where wallabies wander and surrounded by...
Crocodile Dundee

Crocodile Dundee

Oz, Oz-ons, Oz-ez, The Kimberley, situated in the Northwestern part of Western Australia, is known for its wilderness. It is one of the nine regions of Australia and bordered on the west by the Indian Ocean, on the North by the Timor Sea and on the South by the Great...
Back o’ Bourke

Back o’ Bourke

Crikey ! The further North, the warmer it gets… Is it a hallucination due to heat? A red kangaroo is calmly watching us. We wonder who’s looking at whom, each a curiosity for the other. A little further away, a Capricorn is taking it easy in the tropical sun !...
I dream of water, but of ocean…

I dream of water, but of ocean…

G’day, After leaving the Pinnacles Desert and its extraordinary rock formations we continue our journey North, following the Indian Ocean and its beautiful beaches interspersed with fishing villages – Being happy over / Being on a boat / I dream of water / But...
OZ the Great and powerful

OZ the Great and powerful

G’day, It was not a hot air balloon in a tornado that took us to Oz, but simply a non-stop flight to Perth, Australia. This was probably much safer but also much longer… And one can easily imagine being in “Donkey” shoes (hey, hey, donkey skin!) and...
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