14. September 2017
Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park – Top 5 Highlights

The Litchfield Nationalpark is located 130 km south of Darwin and shouldn't be missed on a trip through the Australian Outback. Spectacular waterfalls, big termit mounds and the unique nature of Australia are waiting for you...
12. September 2017
Katherine Gorge Nitmiluk National Park

Katherine Gorge & Edith Falls – Nitmiluk National Park

On day 24 of our road trip through the Outback, we visited the Katherine Gorge. We hiked to the first gorge and were once again amazed by the beautiful nature. The next day, we drove to the Edith Falls, one of our favorite waterfalls in Australia...
11. September 2017

Bitter Springs – Thermal Springs in Mataranka

On our way from Alice Springs to Katherine we stopped at the thermal springs in Mataranka. There it is safe to swim, which is perfect for hot Outback days! We found our little paradise in Bitter Springs...
5. September 2017
Alice Springs Things to do

Quick stop in Alice Springs – Things to do

In Alice Springs we suffered from a cultural shock after being in the lonely Outback for so long. We decided not to spend too much time in the city. We visited the famous School of the Air, which was really fascinating...
5. September 2017
Kings Canyon Rim Walk Flo_

Kings Canyon – Red Centre of Australia

For our hike at Kings Canyon, we once again got up before sunrise, just like we did at Uluru and Kata Tjuta, to avoid the insane […]
31. August 2017
Kata Tjuta Olgas Karingana Lookout

Kata Tjuta – Hiking at the Olgas

Kata Tjuta, also known as the Olgas, are located in the Red Centre of Australia. This holy rock formation is 30 km away from the famous Uluru. We did a hike to the Karingana Lookout and enjoyed the impressive nature.
26. August 2017

Uluru – Magical Rock of Australia

The Uluru is the natural landmark of Australia. Located in the middle of the Red Centre, the Ayers Rock attracts many tourists. Of course we didn't miss this magical sandstone rock formation, which is holy for the Aborigines.
20. August 2017
Coober Pedy Australien

Coober Pedy – Opal Capital of the World

Coober Pedy is located in South Australia, in the middle of the Outback. The city got famous in 1920, when people found opals. We've been there and tried so find some valuable opals...
9. August 2017
Port Augusta Water Tower Lookout

Road trip through the Outback – Port Augusta to Coober Pedy

After driving through Adelaide, we continued our journey and spend a day in Port Augusta. The landscape was changing and we saw the famous red sand for the first time. The Outback road tip could begin. Our first, big destination: the Opal town Coober Pedy.