Stories from the Outback

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The stars come out to shine in Arkaroola

Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary is perhaps best known for its location in the spectacularly rugged northern Flinders Ranges and a ridgetop tour that leaves visitors with goosebumps from its breathtaking…

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Where’s Waddi?

For something a little bit different and just off The Outback Loop, there is something of interest to anyone with botanical bent. A copse of rare and ancient Waddi…

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Cruising the Cooper Creek

If you think a cruise on a creek in the middle of the desert sounds whacky, you’re in for a treat if you visit Innamincka…especially right now that the…

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What started as just another job, becomes a passion for discovering Australia

Cameraman, editor, film producer, director…there’s not much Andrew Kennedy hasn’t done in his remarkable 40-year career as part of Adelaide’s film and television industry. TV ads, corporate videos, short…

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From cracking backs to outback tracks

Former chiropractor Steve Brown has had an affinity with the outback since his parents first took him and his two siblings across the Simpson Desert in a FJ40 short…

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Capturing the timeless beauty of The Outback Loop®

As a commercial photographer, Michael Haines finds beauty in all he captures — whether it be highlighting a simple wine bottle with a single light source in his studio,…

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And honestly, you lie back on your camp chair and look up and you can see satellites going across, shooting stars, and the Milky Way is milky. It’s absolutely breathtaking, it really is breathtaking. And I never get sick of that. I never tire of that one little bit. Because there’s no radiant light from the ground, there’s no buildings and lights anywhere, so it’s just fantastic.
Steve Brown, Adelaide