Our adventure visiting Uluru was epic! Everyone knows of Uluru, the big rock in the middle of Australia in the desert. We all have our expectations based on photos we’ve seen and stories people have told us, but nothing really compared or prepared us for how magnificent it was! We arrived in the afternoon into … Continue reading Visiting Yalara, biking around Uluru and getting rained on in the desert was EPIC!
Now before I get into the exciting story that your waiting for, because lets face it, the title got you, I have to set the scene. We departed Alice Springs after a slow morning of breakfast and repacking our car. We then drove quite a few km’s and only arrived into Watarrka National Park, ie … Continue reading Why you need to be awake before 5am to experience the Kings Canyon Rim Walk
The drive to Alice Springs and West McDonald Ranges is a damn long one! But luckily we did at least spend a night on the way there in Coober Pedy, and in a cave house in fact. Even though there was a mass amount of wind blowing all night, sleeping in a bed was just … Continue reading We explored West McDonald Ranges and it was spectacular!
A town in the middle of the desert, in the center(ish) of Australia, where houses are built underground. This was our next destination on our journey to see Australia. Our last blog post was about us in the town of Port Augusta, another town in the middle of desert type terrain. That was definitely an … Continue reading Our Airbnb experience in deserted Coober Pedy
Before I get into this blog, which I think is tragically hilarious, I would like to share that this is our 100th posted blog! Eeeeek! For us this is pretty epic, after all each blog has been a part of our trip, moments Alex and I have shared whilst travelling around Australia and New Zealand. … Continue reading Our 100th blog post! And our eventful 24 hours in Port Augusta….its a story worth reading!
The Grampions, this amazing spot in the middle of Victoria that so many people told us to stop by and check out. So we did. We departed Warrnambool in the morning and drove all the way to Halls Gap, driving along country roads in one go. Once we arrived it was midday, we stopped into … Continue reading We went hiking in the Grampians
So to set the scene properly, here are the beginning facts. It’s 2018, specifically the 2nd of January, Alex, Wouter and I have recovered from our NYE events, and its time to get on the road again. It’s again for us, but as Wouter joined us only in the last few days of 2017, this … Continue reading Our trip along the Great Ocean Road
We arrived in Tasmania around 6 months into our journey around Australia and New Zealand. There was little we knew about the state in all honesty and we had planned absolutely nothing, other than our ticket on the boat too and from the state. But that is exactly how we wanted this part of our … Continue reading We free camped our way around Tasmania and it was epic!
Our second stop on our trip was Gnaraloo Station, a remote campsite north of Carnarvon. We did not know too much about this location other than the fact that when we booked they told us more than one night was recommended, so we booked two. Once we turned off the road onto the dirt/gravel/sometimes sand … Continue reading Gnaraloo Station