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 […]
Outback Australia – Down the Guts’ travel program Litchfield National Park is actually a more popular National Park with territorian locals than Kakadu – why? You can visit all it’s sites in one day, you can swim without fear of crocodiles, and you don’t have to pay fees to get in. of particular note are […]
Across the Top – Outback Australia Travel Program Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory is a great base 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 […]
Retired Outback Policeman, Bob Darken tells the story of making first contact with the last of an Aboriginal Tribe he met in the remote Outback. [ratings]
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-crocodile-hunter” text=”Next – Crocodile Hunter”] In an underground hostel in Coober Pedy, Paul interviews an irish tourist about his opinions on Australia including black/white racism. [ratings]
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-william-creek-hotel” text=”Next – William Creek Hotel”] Ranger Paul’s outback driving handy hints. How to avoid getting bogged, watching out for salt flats.
Overlander.tv has decided to put the first round Australia trip by the Overlanders on youtube. Featuring Mark and Paul Shea. They travel through the Outback and along the East Coast, interviewing interesting characters along the way. A look at Australia in the 1990’s The playlist for all the videos can be found on youtube or […]
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