Over two weeks and covering some 3500km, I travelled the spine of the Australian continent. It was an incredible journey and one that I am hoping is reflected in the photos below. I hope you like them and that they inspire you to visit an amazing part of our world — Australia’s famed Outback!
This shot was taken during a self-guided summit hike in the centre of the Flinders Ranges National Park in South Australia. Amazing!
This is an extremely remote and hard-to-access waterfall, which we conveniently had all to ourselves on a perfect afternoon!
This is the gateway city to Uluru.
The backdrop from this lookout is incredible. Here we are filming a short piece on the freedom of travel in the Australian Outback.
The sunrise in perfect contrast and dimension to the most iconic Australian symbol there is, other than maybe a Kangaroo or Koala.
What an amazing country for stunning sunsets and sunrises. I took this shot just off the highway in South Australia. The sun was going down and we decided to have a break from our driving. We pulled off the road to enjoy this scene unfolding before our very eyes.
It is the only golf course in the world with not one single blade of grass. The majority of the play is done at night with glow in the dark fairways. This is all to avoid the squelching heat of the day.
This shot was taken just outside William Creek coming from Coober Pedy.
An extremely remote and fragile protected area found on private land in central South Australia. The only way to see it is by scenic flight from William Creek. Luckily the flights can be booked every day. The hills lie on Anna Creek Station, which is the biggest cattle station in the world with some 6 million acres of land. Yes, 6 million.
This is the scene directly opposite the rising sun at Uluru. I was completely blown away by its awesome presence and completely underrated sunrise photo ops. This was taken just after 6AM and am I am very happy with the outcome. Kata Tjuta National Park, Central Outback, NT, Australia.