Outback Australia - William Creek Hotel / William Creek is surrounded by the Anna Creek Station, the world’s largest working cattle station, with an area of roughly 6million acres (24,000 sq.km)
Colours of the Territory
www.adamgormley.com.au This is the beautiful Glen Helen Gorge, in the West MacDonnell Ranges. This shot about 5 minutes before the first rays, I quite liked the erie orange light of the pre-dawn. I have shots of the first rays hitting the gorge, anf the orange colour is so intence, looks a little funny for art. Having said all that, it was breath-taking to stand there, and witness this marvel of nature. I hope you enjoy this! Glen Helen Gorge, West MacDonnell Range, Northern Territory…
The Oodnadatta Track: A Complete Guide
#1 Guide to the Oodnadatta Track: driving tips & information on accommodation, little-known facts, fuel, sightseeing, camping, caravanning.
Visiting the Spectacular West Macdonnell Ranges & Alice Springs
"Places we'd never heard of are some of our faves". Exploring the West MacDonnel Ranges near Alice Springs introduced us to some amazing gorges and walks.
Algebuckina: A siding ruin near the Neales River with a permanent waterhole east of the track. One of the most impressive bridges (1889) on the old line is across the river. It is 12 metres above the river and at 578m in length, is the longest bridge ever built in South Australia.
About visiting an atomic test site • Maralinga Tours
Maralinga Tours take you on an historical journey of the Atomic Testing grounds. The site has been secret since the British nuclear program finished in 1963. Now offering two day tour options as well as the popular one day option.
Maralinga’s nuclear test site history on show . RoyalAuto February, 2016. An original Maralinga sign. Story: Bruce Newton. Pictures: Thomas Wielecki #Maralinga #NuclearTestSite #SouthAustralia #SouthAustraliaOutback #Outback
Rainbow Valley, Places to go, Alice Springs & surrounds, Northern Territory, Australia | Northern Territory, Australia
An easy day trip from Alice Springs, Rainbow Valley's coloured rocks light up in the early morning and late afternoon, offering spectacular viewing.