A Weekend in the Red Centre of Australia

250,000 people visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park every year. The majority of these visitors are tourists as this incredible place remains a mystery to most Australians. While Uluru seems a long way to go for a weekend, and there will be early mornings and big drives, a weekend is still enough time to experience the highlights. This weekend will…
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“Six houses, thirteen locals and a bush pub” – My Shout at the Daly Waters Pub

The Daly Waters pub is arguably one of the most iconic Northern Territory pubs and a landmark in its own right. “My Shout at the Daly Waters Pub” by Mark Venable provides a fascinating insight into the original owners and then his life as the publican many years later, in a remote Northern Territory town of only six houses, thirteen…
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Swimming and Sunrise Magic in Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is truly a magical place. The dirt is the richest red, the trees are the brightest green and the swimming holes the clearest of blues. Perfect for nature lovers and adventure seekers, this special land provides the ultimate Australian experience and the chance to completely immerse oneself in World Heritage listed natural beauty. Easy to get to by…
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