Caravan Correspondent

Australian Travel Writer and Photographer 💙 Caravan Holidays.

Alice Springs Street Art


It’s my thing! I’m just in awe of the talent of artists who can create these large scale paintings in cities and towns around Australia, so now I seek them out wherever we travel.  From disused grain silos and water towers in rural areas to busy city streets and laneways there are incredible works of art being brought to the people.

Alice Springs in central Australia, is halfway between Adelaide and Darwin and has a population of more than 26,000. It is a tourism draw for its captivating desert landscapes and strong aboriginal culture and indigenous art which can be seen on country and in galleries. Now included in that I would add making time to discover the street art.

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Uluru Field Of Light


DA75039A-268E-439C-BA30-2562E4909A98We are currently on a road trip from the south to north of Australia, ending up at Darwin, but along the way we are trying some new to us, free camp sites as well as some old favourite caravan parks. Today we leave Ayers Rock Campground as it is still known, after visiting Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park.

No matter how many times you see Uluru in particular, it always takes your breath away, the sheer size and presence is something you have to experience in person. Dont’ leave it too late to visit though, there are so many great ways to get around but you want to be able to enjoy it, whether for you that is walking, cycling, Segway or camel tours, or all the way up to helicopter flights, all these options are available. View the pictures →

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