I’m gazing up at the striking blue sky of Central Australia. My vision is guided by the looming red walls of Simpsons Gap. White, fluffy clouds drift overhead. The breeze picks up and I huddle even more under my thin blanket. The sounds of… Continue Reading “Outdoor Orchestras and Saying Yes”
I put my belongings into the back seat of my friend’s ranger and hopped up into the passenger seat. I was terribly excited because in 4 short hours I was going to be in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and would be ticking one of my biggest bucket list items off.
Trephina Gorge, home of stark red gorges, hidden rockholes and picturesque scenery. Completing the Ridgetop Walk was an amazing experience that is deserving of a place on your Red Centre bucket list.
Have you ever witnessed the magic of Rainbow Valley? I recently did and think you should absolutely add it to your Northern Territory to do list.
Who thought hiking the Bridle Path Lookout at Standley Chasm in new boots would be so painful and so amazing. This was definitely a bucket list check for me.
So, you’re coming to Central Australia to explore the Red Centre. You know that you are definitely going to see Uluru, but you’re not sure about what else there is to do. That’s okay, because I’ve grown up in Alice Springs and I can point you towards some of the best things to do in this region.
Exploring the West MacDonnell Ranges in Outback Australia to find Red Bank Gorge and go for a swim and a hike.
On Christmas day I received a mini watercolor kit and put it to use during a day visit to Simpson’s Gap in the Red Centre. Check it out for a new bucket list idea.
The Parrtjima Festival of Light is one of the most amazing festivals held in Central Australia and should be on your Australian Outback bucket list.
This weekend just past, the inaugural FABalice Festival was held in the Red Centre to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and provide a safe celebratory space in the Red Centre for individual expression.