What do you imagine? - Part 1

When you think of the outback, what do you see? Here are some pictures from my first trip into the Red Centre. This is the land that inspired Outback Promise:

Prado and camper-trailer, Oodnadatta Track, South Australia

Prado and camper-trailer, Oodnadatta Track, South Australia

We travelled 18,000 kms in this rig.

Prado & camper-trailer at the Daly Waters Pub, Northern Territory Australia

Kicking up dust somewhere in the outback.

Kicking up dust somewhere in the outback.

The giant bench at Broken Hill

The giant bench at Broken Hill

Broken Hill sunset.

Broken Hill sunset.

A wedge-tailed eagle like the one that Ros & Grady rescue.These eagles are some of the largest in the world. They can only fly in the direction they are faced. That fact, along with how long it takes them to get airborne with their mighty wings, makes them vulnerable when they scavenge road kill.

A wedge-tailed eagle like the one that Ros & Grady rescue.These eagles are some of the largest in the world. They can only fly in the direction they are faced. That fact, along with how long it takes them to get airborne with their mighty wings, makes them vulnerable when they scavenge road kill.

Rawnsley Park Station, Flinders Ranges South Australia

Rawnsley Park Station, Flinders Ranges South Australia

Our moveable home set up on a campsite at Rawnsley Park Station, Flinders Ranges

Our moveable home set up on a campsite at Rawnsley Park Station, Flinders Ranges

The view from our campsite - Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

The view from our campsite - Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Yellow-footed rock wallaby, Flinders Ranges South Australia

Yellow-footed rock wallaby, Flinders Ranges South Australia

Perseverance Tree Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Perseverance Tree Flinders Ranges, South Australia

The camper-trailer set up next to ensuite block in a private campground.

The camper-trailer set up next to ensuite block in a private campground.