A Look Into the Past

Mungo National Park was a fascinating place to visit. All the roads into the park are unsealed becoming impassable after rain, so it was fortunate I was in the area while it was… Continue reading

Locals of Mungo

I have just spent a few memorable days in Mungo National Park. I am in middle of writing up a post about the place, but I simply wanted to share these pictures. I… Continue reading

A Liquid Detour

I wanted to get dressed. Not that I spend my days naked. It’s just that the last few weeks I have been either driving or hiking and have been wearing the same clothes all… Continue reading

Hiking Wilipena Pound

I am not sure when I first heard about or saw a picture of Wilpena Pound, but I know the thought of seeing it for myself has captivated me for a while. To… Continue reading

Flinders Ranges

I have set up camp in the Flinders Ranges National Park for a few days. Interesting place. Much of the park can be accessed by car at this time of year as it’s dry.… Continue reading

A night in a multistar hotel

Earlier this morning I had just packed up the tent and was about to head off when this kangaroo came along, which got me thinking about the simple pleasure of camping. Yesterday I… Continue reading

Along the Bight

Today was a driving day, about 600km in fact along the Great Australian Bight but that doesn’t mean it was dull. The first thing to make me smile was when I stopped at… Continue reading

Town Planning & Quarantine

Just shy of the border with South Australia I stopped for the night at an area called Eucla. There are quarantine laws governing both states that restrict the transfer of fresh fruit and… Continue reading

Thoughts on the Nullarbor

Sometimes its easy to forget how big this country actually is. This extract from the Lonely Planet gives some perspective, “London to Moscow or Perth to Adelaide? There’s not much difference distance wise. The… Continue reading