Situated on the doorstep of Adelaide, the Yorke Penulisua is one of South Australias hidden secrets. With lots of outdoor activities, white sandy beaches and picturesque towns this area is not to be missed. Surrounded by spectacular coastline, deserted beaches and untouched bush land. Innes National Park is a must see place whilst on the… Continue reading Yorke Penulisua an epic drive to remember
Along the coastline of South Australia, you can discover some of the most picturesque porting towns. Port Augusta Known as the crossroads in Australia since the Pre European times. It’s had significant value when it’s comes to main trade routes. With a great supply of food and a chain of waterholes. Today the shipping port… Continue reading Discovering the Port towns of South Australia
In the heart of the South Australia outback, is the multi cultural mining town. Since the 1960s it rapidly expanded, with Europeans moving in to make there fortunes. Also today it is famous for its underground homes, Churches and shops. It’s definitely a place for the curious eye. Discovered in 1914, by a young boy… Continue reading Coober Pedy the underground town and Opal capital of the world.
Central Australia stretching over hundreds of kilometres, you can discover some of the most unique and fascinating places in Australia. One of Australias most iconic places is situated in the heart of the outback, is the beautiful world heritage site Uluru. Sunrise beside this magnificent place Rich in history and spiritually, this place is… Continue reading The wonders of the red centre (exploring Uluru , Kata Tjuta and Kings canyon)
Situated in the heart of the Red centre on a 188 acre wildlife reserve. Is the lovely picturesque kangaroo sanctuary. The home of Brolga and his family of kangaroos. We got to enjoy a pleasant sunset walk through the sanctuary, meeting lots of curious roos. Brolga shows deep passion and knowledge about what he does.… Continue reading The Kangaroo sanctuary, the home of Kangaroo Dundee
Central Australia is a beautiful and unique place, also known as the red centre. The climate, the relaxed pace, or the scenery. It’s different for everyone but its attractive to everyone. We headed South down the Stuart highway towards Alice Springs. Stopping at the Devils marbles along the way. These are huge granite boulders spread… Continue reading Cattle station life in central Australia
Beautiful sunsets, crocodiles encounters, rich in history and Asian food markets Darwin has something for everyone. This waterfront city is the capital of NT, home to over 50 cultures and has the warm heat all year round. Travelling from Broome in Western Australia after 3.5 months there, Darwin was a big shock. With Plenty of… Continue reading Darwin and Litchfield National Park