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Ultimate Guide To Experiencing Uluru!

There is no other place in Australia like it! This week we’re sharing the best ways to experience Uluru in part 2 of our Red Centre travel guide.

We’re camped up at the Ayers Rock Resort Campground and book in for the best experience we’ve had, riding bicycles around Uluru! If you’re not travelling with your own bikes like us, it’s so easy to hire a bike from Outback Cycling and take on the challenge of the 15km Uluru base circuit.

What a breathtaking way to experience this incredibly huge monolith! Plus we test out the Uluru Audio Guide – something we would highly recommend you purchase during your visit – and we cook up an Aussie inspired damper while watching the sunset over Uluru.

We get up early to witness the beautiful sunrise over Uluru, then it’s off to explore incredible Kata-Tjuta, for one of our favourite family friendly hikes!

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The Ocean to The Outback

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North Stradbroke Island

This episode we are day tripping to spectacular North Stradbroke Island located off the coast of South East Queensland. Abundant with natural wonders, there is so much to explore on the island including the breathtaking North Gorge Walk, natural springs that are perfect for a cooling dip, and family friendly Brown Lake, great for a…

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Make Money While You Travel

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