Welcome to my September round up. It has been a month of more work than play but it has given me some perspective on where I want October to go.
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.
Exploring the West MacDonnell Ranges in Outback Australia to find Red Bank Gorge and go for a swim and a hike.
A guide to completing the Mt Gillen hike in the Red Centre, Australia, so you can check this item off your bucket list.
The Red Centre is the heart of Australia. Today, I wanted to share with you some of my favourite photos of this special place. You might be surprised by what photos I have and haven’t chosen to include, but just know each of these photos tells a story for me.
The Devil’s Marbles Conservation Reserve, know by the traditional Aboriginal owners as Karlu Karlu, is place of beauty, mystery and colour. It is also a place that should definitely be on your bucket list.
Over the four day Easter break, I jumped in the car with my crazy friend, and we hit the road bound for Kings Canyon.I know Uluru gets most of the attention, but Kings Canyon really is one of the most scenic, peaceful and magical places in the Red Centre. And if it’s not on your bucket list, then it definitely should be.