Tips & Articles

15
January
2016

Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)

Ayers Rock, or Uluru is Australia’s biggest tourist attraction, literally. The rock itself can be seen from the earth’s outer […]

18
August
2015

The Culture and Heritage of the Pitjantjatjara in Central Australia

Calling the Central Australian desert home, the Pitjantjatjara are one of the country’s aboriginal tribes. Linked closely with the Yankunytjatjara […]

13
July
2015

Kata Tjuṯa National Park

Uluru, or Ayers Rock may be the most recognised landmark in all of Australia. With tours leaving daily from Alice […]

10
July
2015

Sleeping in a Swag Under the Stars at Uluru

Picture yourself settling down for the night beneath the shimmer of a million stars. Instead of shutting out the world […]

28
May
2015

The Endless Beauty of Edith Falls

Nestled in the middle of the breath-taking Nitmiluk National Park, Edith Falls offers a picturesque collection of dazzling waterfalls and […]

14
May
2015

The Changing Colours of Uluru

Uluru, or Ayers Rock is the most famous landmark in Australia. The ‘big rock’ in the centre of the country […]

14
April
2015

Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon might not be well known by saying its name, but if you were to explain where it is, […]

28
March
2015

Mutitjulu Waterhole: The History and Highlights of a Natural Wonder

Did you know that Uluru has a number of watering holes? Most people imagine Uluru as a large, jutting orange […]

11
March
2015

Uluru

You can’t think of Australia without seeing visions of the Outback. That red dirt and blazing sun, kangaroos, and boomerangs […]

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