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Daly Waters Pub

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No journey up or down the Stuart Highway through the centre of Australia is complete without visiting the Daly Waters Historic Pub. You will see a few Aussie pubs with some similarities to the Daly Waters, where travellers leave their mark. And by leave their mark, I mean the walls, bar and ceiling and in fact any space available is covered in business cards, hats, bras…you name it, it’s probably hanging there!

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Uluru Field Of Light

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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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Royal Flying Doctor Service Australia

May this year marks 90 years that the Royal Flying Doctor Service has been operating in Australia. This is a group that I donate to every year because of the uniqueness of what they do and how necessary it is in our vast country.

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