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Mini Lap of Australia Wrap Up, The Costs, The Km’s & Everything In Between

We’ve driven over 7500km across a 28 day period to complete a mini lap of Australia – a road trip we believe every Aussie should experience in their lifetime!

We started in South East Queensland and travelled through Outback New South Wales, through Outback South Australia and the Northern Territory and travelling to Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park! We conquered Kings Canyon, braved Alice Springs, drove the Barkley Highway, camped at a Ghost Town, found dinosaurs in Outback Queensland, soaked in the great artesian basin hot springs and so much more!

If you’ve every wondered, “how much does it cost to travel Australia,” we have you covered! In this episode we are sharing all the details, where we stayed, the kilometres we travelled, the total cost of fuel, our favourite experiences, the good, the bad and everything in between.

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