NORTHERN HORIZON | April to July 2016
Northern Horizon was BIG, there is no other way to put it. We covered just on 20,000 kilometers in four months and experienced what can only be described as amazing diversity in Australia. We saw some of the driest places in Australia's arid center and some of the wettest over in the Tropics around Cairns. We started this trip by heading across to South Australia to Moonta, we then made our way up the center to Lake Eyre and then through Uluru, Kings Canyon and into the West MacDonnell Ranges.
From there we would hit the Gibb River Road in the Kimberley and spend the next month taking in the amazing places such as Mitchell Falls, Purnululu, Cape Leveque and much more. We then we headed back into the Northern Territory and across to Cairns. We dotted our way down the East Coast and arrived home to a cold winter. This was a life changing trip for us all and one that we will cherish forever.
WESTERN HORIZON | March to June 2014
It is impossible to put into any form of explanation just how incredible our Western Horizon trip was, three months on the road as a family would see us travel to the most amazing places and have an unforgettable experience. In early March of 2014 we left, getting into the car that day to start our trip was surreal just in itself, knowing that for the next three months we would be gone, as free as a bird with nothing but the horizon to guide us. We headed west across the Nullarbor to Esperance, we then took in the amazing greater South West.
It was time to head north to Perth and then Karijini and Exmouth, breathtaking. Reaching our most northerly point at Exmouth, we headed south along the coast to Cervantes and then east back along the Nullarbor to get home. Life is full of experiences and for us this was one of the best.