Category: Outback

Kakadu and Pt. Stuart, Australian Travel Video Guide

Between Darwin and Kakadu National Park is the Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge. They put on a great Aboriginal Culture Show of a night, around the camp fire, and of a morning introduce guests to bush tucker and natural medicines on a walking tour of the surrounding bushland. They also do a boat tour of the […]

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Renner Springs, Australian Travel Video Guide

Out here in the outback, pubs and petrol stops are the hub of the universe. It is not unusual to travel 300 km between fuel stations. Renner Springs is one such stop, slap bang in the middle of nowhere. It is sustained by a natural spring. All fruit, vegetables and meat come from Adelaide 2,206 […]

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Darwin, Australian Travel Video Guide

Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory is a great base from which to explore the Top End’s many attractions. While in Darwin make sure you visit museum and it’s fascinating Cyclone Tracey exhibition (Darwin was demolished by a cyclone in 1974), catch a movie at the open air deck chair cinema, feed the fish at […]

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Karumba, Australian Travel Video Guide

Karumba on the Gulf of Carpentaria, is renown for it`s great sport fishing. I filmed during the build up to the wet season, when temperatures can soar above 40 degrees, with humidity around 75% Local police officer Jason Jesse is a keen fisherman who took us out on his boat to catch some Barramundi, Australia`s […]

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West Leichardt Cattle Station, Australian Travel Video Guide

Thirty minutes drive from Mt. Isa, West Leichardt station is a 310,000 acre cattle station. Up here there are two seasons, the dry and the wet. Currently it is the end of the dry season, a time of maintenance and repair. It’s also a time of waiting…waiting for the first rains to hit. The land […]

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Undarra Lava Tubes, Australian Travel Video Guide

The Undara lava tubes were formed one hundred and ninety thousand years ago when a volcanic eruption spewed lava along creeks and riverbeds to form the lava tubes left today. I interviewed Savannah Guide Val Speedie. Savannah guides is a network of professional tour guides with an in-depth collective knowledge of the natural and cultural […]

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