Steeped in over 100 years of gold rush history, Laverton is the starting point of the Outback Way which links Kalgoorlie and the Northern Goldfields with Alice Springs and Winton in Queensland. In 2012 I arrived in the regional town of Laverton to complete my 88 days of regional work for my second year visa. I … Continue reading Australia: The little town of Laverton
After our long Journey to the Red Centre which you can read about here, Dan and I set up camp at Ayers Rock campground. I had hoped to experience a new angle on viewing the rock than just the traditional view points. I had heard stories about climbing the rock, and thought that would be an … Continue reading Australia: Ayers Rock – A (bird’s eye view) photo diary.
The Great Central road is a dirt road that runs for 1126km from Laverton in Western Australia to Yulara in the Northern Territory. The road passes through few small communities and Aboriginal reserves. In December 2012 after a five month stint of regional work in Laverton in the Goldfields (known as the gateway to Alice … Continue reading Australia: The Great Central Road – 1126km’s of red dirt!