Uluru, is magical, awe inspiring and sensational to climb.  My son and I climbed the 9kms together in 2011. Very memorable holiday and a "wow" moment in my life!

Travel Pinspiration - Outback Australia

Uluru, is magical, awe inspiring and sensational to climb. My son and I climbed the 9kms together in 2011. Very memorable holiday and a "wow" moment in my life!

Emus on the run  Google Image Result for http://www.flindersoutbackdaytours.co

Emus on the run Google Image Result for http://www.flindersoutbackdaytours.co

Australian farmhouse. Have a go at trying to open the gate. They look easy but if you don't know the ways of country life the chain on the gate will have you on your knees begging for help!.......

Australian farmhouse. Have a go at trying to open the gate. They look easy but if you don't know the ways of country life the chain on the gate will have you on your knees begging for help!.......

A photograph of the Country around Well 28. Photo by Tim Acker, 2007. This National Museum of Australia exhibition visits Queensland Museum from 25 May - 14 July.

A photograph of the Country around Well 28. Photo by Tim Acker, 2007. This National Museum of Australia exhibition visits Queensland Museum from 25 May - 14 July.

Australian bush Winter. Many people forget that an Australian winter falls from June to August and snow is usually found in the Snowy Mountains area between the states of New South Wales and Victoria and in the highlands of Tasmania.

Australian bush Winter. Many people forget that an Australian winter falls from June to August and snow is usually found in the Snowy Mountains area between the states of New South Wales and Victoria and in the highlands of Tasmania.

Australian War Memorial, #Canberra http://www.travelmagma.com/australia/things-to-do-in-canberra

Australian War Memorial, #Canberra http://www.travelmagma.com/australia/things-to-do-in-canberra

A bustling underground town is also the opal capital of the world Coober Pedy (the name comes from the local Aboriginal term kupa-piti, which means "white man's hole") is located in the Australian outback about 846 kilometers north of Adelaide. The town was established in 1915 following the discovery of opal.

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A bustling underground town is also the opal capital of the world Coober Pedy (the name comes from the local Aboriginal term kupa-piti, which means "white man's hole") is located in the Australian outback about 846 kilometers north of Adelaide. The town was established in 1915 following the discovery of opal.

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