Tag: outback

Exmouth to Broome: The Warlu Way

While Karijini National Park is often the highlight of most peoples’ trips to the Pilbara, there are many more places in this massive region of Western Australia that are worth a visit. Following what has become known as the Warlu (“sea serpent”) Way from Exmouth to Broome will take you

Carnarvon, Mount Augustus and Kennedy Ranges

After an amazing trip to Shark Bay, we came back to Carnarvon for a few days to restock and explore the town itself. Carnarvon is known as the food bowl of Western Australia due to its numerous and various plantations, including bananas, mangoes, avocados, pumpkins, etc…all that good stuff! A

Crossing the Nullarbor

From the Eyre Peninsula, we had one more hurdle between us and Western Australia: the Nullarbor. It’s notorious for being known as one of the most boring drives in all of Australia, but if you take the time to explore some of the many tracks that meander off the highway,

Ford Ranger four wheel driving in East MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory

A Wanderer’s Guide to: The East MacDonnell Ranges

Most people who’ve been to the Red Centre have visited or at least know about the West MacDonnell Ranges (known to locals as the “West Macs”). They’re fairly easily accessible and have some of the most stunning gorges and waterholes you’ll ever see. If you ask these same people about

A Wanderer’s Guide to: Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas)

It is undeniable that the heart of the Red Centre is largely considered to be Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas). These impressive formations, particularly Uluru, have been at the centre of controversy for quite some time now, especially in 2019 as the decision was made to close the