Taking On The Australian Outback

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Taking a trip in the Australian Outback is one of life’s greatest adventures and suitable for those who truly want to get to know Mother Earth with her beauty as well as her harsh and unexpected nature.  One who decides to explore the Outback has a true adventurous soul and it usually pays off. 

One who visits experiences vast open spaces and natural wonders that attract adventurers and tourists alike. But it is also known for its harsh conditions including different climates and endless desert.

Before exploring the Outback it would be better to be prepared for anything it might bring including wildlife. The infographic below is a great guide to plan your trip and get you going with lots of tips from locals and travelers who have experienced this magical place.

Thanks for the graphic to CompareTheMarket

Have you ever been to the Australian Outback? Is it a place you would like to explore?

9 thoughts on “Taking On The Australian Outback

  1. I have been to Australia recently, but not the Outback. From your post itself it seems it is a thrill, but a lot of caution on various aspects is required.
    Hats off to those who ventured out 🙂

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    1. Yeah, it does seem one has to be open to the unpredictable to go there 🙂

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  2. I remember heading through NT and not seeing another car for over an hour along the highway – rather an eerie feeling

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    1. Ooh, I can totally see that as giving an eerie feeling!

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  3. I live in Sydney and still hasn’t travel to NT. It is in my bucket list, hopefully soon 🙂

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  4. Nice blog 🙂 this made me to go to memory lane 🙂

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      1. Yes, I lived there for 5 years.. Studying and working 🙂 miss old times in Australia and thanks for making me remembering
        old days 🙂

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