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The Red Centre Way

Simpson Gap

We set off from Alice Springs, the first stop on our itinerary was Simpson Gap. A short easy walk from the car park brings you to the stunning gap that is home to a waterhole and a mob of black footed rock wallabies. 555 more words


It's a Small World after all!

No I am not going to subject you to Disney’s “It’s a small world after all” But I do love that ride. It’s a classic! 511 more words

World Travel

January update: Seven science stories

If you’ve been holidaying with the rest of the world, chances are you’ll have missed a few science stories along the way. To make catching up easier, It Must Be Wednesday presents seven startling science stories… 425 more words


About a Wallaby

I think the profession of dentistry must be one of the most-maligned and most-feared in popular media- think of the gleeful sadism of The Dentist from… 314 more words


Day 37

Wednesday 17th

Going to climb up to Hawkins Point Lookout. Very rocky, only 600m but pretty steep. What a view, 360 of Nelly. Arcadia, Picnic Bays and can see West point.Looking also over to Townsville’s Castle Hill and ports. 62 more words


Parrots, parrots and more parrots

We called into Cania Gorge for a few days on our way back south.   It’s a beautiful place to stop for a few days.  You can go fishing on the dam, walk in the bush, play golf or just relax.   111 more words

On The Road

We're Back! Crows Nest National Park

We are back in Australia! Reunited with our Hilux after it was locked up in Phil’s garage for 4 months. That’s nearly a year of cumulative time spent in Phil’s garage including 4 months whilst we were in… 191 more words