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Day 114. Yulara – Kata Tjuta

Off to Kata Tjuta today and the last big walk on our trip. Including this one, we will have clocked over 25km in three days, and two out of the three are considered difficult walks. Our kids do find the … Continue reading

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Day 113. Yulara – Uluru

Tom and I got up early to drive to the sunrise viewing spot. We shared this with a cast of hundreds. It was freezing but I had Ben’s sleeping bag to keep me warm. We left the boys snuggled up … Continue reading

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Day 105. Alice Springs – East MacDonnell Ranges

Today we ventured out to the East MacDonnell Ranges, we had not planned on going out his way and it seems that not many people do, but friends recommended we go. Luckily we did, as it was fabulous, equally as … Continue reading

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Day 103. Devil’s Marbles to Alice Springs

All but Patrick were up early to watch the sunrise over marbles; Tom disappeared off taking photos… … so Sam, Ben and I took our own. Follow these topics: Northern Territory, Red Centre

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Day 102. Daly Waters to Devil’s Marbles

Today, after a slow start, was mostly taken up with a long drive down the Stuart Highway, just over 500km. Not much to report about the drive, except that the further south we went we could notice the change from … Continue reading

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Day 101. Elsey National Park to Daly Waters

Where we were staying at the Territory Manor Caravan Park, they hand feed the barramundi in their pond. The three boys had a go feeding them. A couple of Barra facts, rather than bite they actually suck their food in … Continue reading

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Day 99. Nitmiluk National Park

The star attraction at Nitmiluk National Park is Katherine Gorge. The park changed its name in 1989 when the land was returned to the Jawoyn people. There are actually 13 gorges that make up Katherine Gorge. In the morning, we … Continue reading

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Day 65. Bungle Bungles to Kununurra

We packed up this morning, left the tvan and drove to the start of our first walk of the day, Mini Palm Track, a 5km return walk. The walk started out on a dry stony creek bed before entering the … Continue reading

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Day 64. Bungle Bungles

Amazingly, this area was only discovered by the wider public in 1983 and was made a national park in 1987. We were told that this only happened when a national geographic film crew was in Kununurra en route to do … Continue reading

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Day 63. El Questro to Bungle Bungles

We packed up early to leave El Questro.  We stopped at Emma Gorge, this is still part of El Questro but is north of the Gibb River Road, and we did the hour walk to the end of the gorge. … Continue reading

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