I recently spent an incredible two weeks travelling around the Northern Territory of Australia. Having lived in Aus for a couple of years now, I thought it was finally time to explore the Red Centre, an area that is often missed out by backpackers visiting the country (and locals too!). I have to say that this was by far my favourite region that I've visited so far. The dramatic landscapes were truly spectacular to behold. Prior to setting off, I had purchased a drone with which I tried my best to capture some of this breathtaking scenery.
Give the video a watch, I hope you find it interesting. Please let me know if you have any comments / questions. I would be happy to hear your thoughts.
[url=https://youtu.be/mNWVleyoZGY]Watch Into the Outback | Australia on YouTube[/url]
In case you are interested, here is a high-level itinerary of the trip...
Day 1: Alice Springs to Glen Helen via the Western MacDonnell Ranges
Day 2: Glen Helen to Kings Canyon via Mereenie Loop
Day 3: Kings Canyon to Curtain Springs
Day 4: Curtain Springs to Uluru
Day 5: Kata Tjuta to Ross River
Day 6: Eastern MacDonnell Ranges
Day 7: Ross River to Tennants Creek
Day 8: Tennants Creek to Mataranka (Bitter Springs)
Day 9: Mataranka to Litchfield
Day 10: Litchfield to Darwin
Day 11: Darwin to Mary River
Day 12: Mary river to Yellow River (Coodina) via Kakadu NP
Day 13: Yellow River to Katherine
Day 14: Katherine to Pine Creek
Day 15: Pine Creek to Darwin
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