After traveling along Australia’s eastcoast, we flew to Alice Springs to spend some time in the central Australian desert to see the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. From Alice Springs we took the ghan to Adelaide and made our way south to Kangaroo Island with a Wicked Camper. This was followed with a trip along the Great Ocean Road and some surfing in Torquay before we arrived in Melbourne.
This is my selection of photos on our way from Alice Springs to Melbourne.
Gas station on the way from Alice Springs to Uluru
Emus look like evil siblings of ostriches
It was an outstanding experience to walk around Uluru and to see how different the red rock looks from most photographs
Uluru from the distance. We experienced some of the rare cloudy days in the red center which made some of our hikes more bearable.
Some pots heating up in the fire
A beautiful sundown above our tour bus
A small black lake inside of Kings Canyon
Myponga Reservoir on the way from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island
The ferry to Kangaroo Island
Road on Kangaroo Island
Our car in front of Cape Willoughby on Kangaroo Island
After almost falling victim to our car this koala went into a tree to pose for some pictures
A shingleback lizard enjoying the warmth of my palms
On the road to Remarkable Rocks
I was being told it’s difficult to climb this specific rock of the Remarkable Rocks formation … challenge accepted.
Cape Du Couedic Lightstation
Vineyard on the way from Kangaroo Island to Melbourne
Salt Lake at Coorong National Park
Camping with our Wicked car in Robe. The tent on top of the car was actually really convenient and could be assembled in no time.