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6 Awesome Things to Do in The Australian Outback
If you visit Australia, you can’t miss a trip to the Outback. The Outback in Australia is huge and takes up much of Australia. There isn’t a big population here as most people live along the coastline. There is so much to see and do from beautiful scenery, natural wonders, animals, explorations and more!
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Uluru is an astonishingly beautfil natural wonder. Sitting in the middle of red rock country in the very remote Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, it reaches 1,141 feet. Take a day trip from Alice Springs, enjoy a sunset dinner, go camping, or take a tour with an aboriginal guide and learnt the history of the land.
See the Wildlife at Alice Springs National Park
This is one of the best wildlife parks in the Outback. You will see plants, animals and see three different desert habitats. See the emus, dingos, kangaroos or beautiful birds.
Fly Over Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park is home to about 1/5 of the animals in Australia. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From waterfalls, exotic birds, ancient Aboriginal art on the carved in the rocks, the best way to see the vastness of the park is by air.
Ride the Ghan Train
The Ghan is a luxury train trip that takes you thru some of the most beautiful scenery in Australia. This is a great way to see remote towns, experience the beauty of the Outback and you make stops in areas such as Alice Springs, Uluru and more. A great way to see the Outback.
See the Sunset on a Camel’s Back
Australia has one of the largest camel populations in the world. You can take a camel ride in Broome or Kimberly as you stroll the white sandy beaches and watch the amazing sunset.
Visit an Underground Town
Coober Pedy was built underground in the middle of the Australian desert about 500 miles from Adelaide. It is too hot to live above ground here, so all of the structures such as homes, churches and more were built underground to protect dwellers from the scorching heat and sun.
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