The croc circus

The Adelaide River is located in the Northern Territory, unlike its name suggests. It is an area of calm, quiet and crocodiles. Every day tourists come to see the jumping crocs. I arrived in Adelaide River in the wet season, so there was only a small group going on the crocodile cruise and therefore we…

Living like a mole; the secrets of the ground

Coober Pedy is a town in the dusty and dry outback of South Australia. Arriving via the Stuart highway you’ll see a big sign full of graffiti. Besides that, there is nothing but dust. That, and holes apparently, judging by the signs telling you not to stray from the roads. All those holes in the…

Refreshing at Daly Waters

A must do on route to Darwin is the Daly Waters Pub. The pub has always been an important stop for drovers and travellers alike. It’s the oldest pub in the Northern Territory and it has become a popular stop for tourists visiting the outback. What makes the place so iconic is the items that…

Soaking in sweet Bitter springs

On a roadtrip through the vast desert of Australia, surrounded by red sand, you don’t really expect to find thermal springs. Just south of Katherine, in the tropical area underneath Darwin, you can find Mataranka. It is a great stop to relax and soak after hours in the car. If you like the safety of…

The Gibb, you’re never alone

The Gibb River road, heart of the Kimberley in Australia, used to be a route to get cattle to the ports of Wyndham and Derby. Now it is an adventurous road that leads tourists into the wilderness. You can attempt to do it in your own car, 4×4 required, or you can choose one of…