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The Outback Way, Day 6: Alice Springs to Kings Creek Station

Tucking into witchetty grubs, buying indigenous art, stopping off at outback roadhouses and sleeping in safari-style tents while camels roam nearby…it all adds up to one…


The Outback Way, Day 5: Ghost gums, rock carvings, big trucks and succulent steaks

Trephina Gorge is a wonderful surprise. Despite several past trips to Central Australia, I’ve never been here before, and a morning walk through this lovely place…


The Outback Way, Day 4: Alice Springs and surrounds

Alice Springs provides a couple of days respite from the road, as we take time away from driving to explore this iconic outback town. A lazy…


The Outback Way, Day 3: Treasure hunts and space junk along the Plenty Highway

Even on the longest stretch of driving along the Outback Way, there was plenty to see: space junk, geocaches, outback cattle stations and giant termite mounds.…


The Outback Way, Day 2: Hunting the mysterious Min Min Lights

Tall tales are a feature of the Outback, where a “yarn” (Australian slang for a story) can get bigger in the telling. And the five-hour drive…