Sunrises and sunsets at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park are something to behold. But going one step further and taking a helicopter ride over the amazing landscape provides a different perspective – whizzing across a sky that is blazing colour.
Just a big rock? Guest bloggers and photographers, Corinne Le Gall and Maree Clout take the 10.6 km base walk around Uluru
Photographically, Uluru is a visual delight. The scenery changes constantly, as does the mood of the landscape. Some parts are dry and sandy, just like you’d expect in a desert environment, while other parts are surprisingly vegetated and lush.
Kakadu’s birdlife will blow you away. From colourful finches to majestic birds of prey, Kakadu is home to a third of Australia’s bird species.
Of the roughly 280 bird species that call Kakadu home we’ve selected 10 favourites.
I like the idea of bird watching. When I think about the cockatoos and rainbow lorikeets that make my neighbourhood home, I love how they fly and shred eucalypts in community, I think their plumage is magnificent, and they have so much character in their eyes. But how do I make the most of this? I know I need binoculars …
Guest bloggers Maree Clout and Corinne le Gall begin a photographic trip through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Booderee is one of the most photogenic places in Australia – and that’s up against some stiff competition! Continue reading “Five favourite photos from Booderee”