WOW!😲How someone didn't get hurt is amazing!🤦♂️
The dirt bike nailed it though!😜💯
😱 that could of ended much worse •
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If a birds eye view is what you're after, check out this snap of Uluru shot at sunset, what a blazing great image of this icon.
If you want to get up close and personal with this cultural landscape, speak to our team today.
Quick trip to Wentworth after Amanda did some work in nearby Buronga. This is the confluence of the Murray and Darling Rivers, although more Murray water than the Darling itself. Nice spot but wish the Darling was healthy. #traveloutbackaust
What's your favorite - winter camping, or summer camping?
There are definitely plus sides to both - I love the chilly mornings❄️cooking and keeping warm by the fire🔥snuggling up in sleeping bags and wearing all the cozy warm clothes! But when it comes to summer camping 🌞 beach days 🌊swimming, drinks in the sunshine🍹not worrying about making sure everyone has a warm jumper....
I love winter camping, but I think maybe summer wins 😝😉
Stirling Range National Park encloses the only major mountain range with in the southern half of Western Australia. The rugged peaks, which rise to more than 1000 metres above sea level, feature stark cliff faces, sheltered gullies, magnificent views and a rich diversity of unique and colourful wildflowers. The park is one of the world’s most important areas for flora with 1500 species, many of which grow nowhere else, packed within its boundaries. Stirling Range National Park is only 4 hours away from Perth. Who would you like to make this National Park their next trip? #stirlingrangenationalpark#nationalparksaustralia#natureswindow#aussieoutback Photo by @marwickbrothers
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Our walnut orchard in the NSW Riverina soaking up the last days of the summer sun.
We’ve always had great respect for the heritage and traditions of the First Australians. .
We have established close working partnerships with First Nations' communities to ensure we remain informed as well as to inspire our travellers with one of the world’s oldest living cultures. #gdayATA
One of the group conversation today recalls my lifetime adventure with Sunswift UNSW race team concluded 4 months ago. If I could have such experience or travel again, I would love to explore further in the amazing outback of Australia, including Uluru that everyone in the team had missed while on the way to Darwin.
We all love public holidays! Days off work should be spent exploring instead, and some of these places need a little extra time than just a long weekend. 😉 We thought we'd help you out and create a list on how to hack your public holidays through 2020 to explore the country and #holidayherethisyear . Head to the blog section our website to find out more.