Infamous Australian Saltwater Crocodile (Saltie)

Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park

Saltwater crocodiles, also known as ‘salties’ or estuarine crocodiles, are the world’s largest living reptiles. Saltwater crocodiles, which can grow up to 7 meters are common in northern Australia.  Female crocodiles are significantly smaller than male and on average reach around 3 meters. Salties are ‘living fossils’ because they didn’t change for 100 million years. […]

21 Best Tips to Australian off road driving adventure


Off-road driving can be really tricky, especially when you have never done it. Believe me that your experience driving a small car does not equal driving a beast-like Nissan Patrol or Toyota Land Cruiser. This guide lists all important information about off-road driving based on our experience that you can use when you hit the […]

11 Tips to successful Australian outback camping

Camping at Diamantina National Park

Outback camping in Australia is one of the best options to see all Australian wonders while driving. The distances between the attractions are sometimes huge, so in some cases, you have to stop for the night in the middle of nowhere. It is important to know how to set up your camp. Everything we covered […]

Brolga – the amazing dancing bird


Brolga is a wetland bird and it lives in tropical and south-eastern Australia. Brolgas are famous for their courting dance. This large bird dances, leaping a meter in the air and calling as part of bonding and breading.  There is an opinion they dance also for pleasure. I was able to see a dancing brolga only once. My […]

Agnes Creek – our first awesome free camping

Crossing NT border

Agnes Creek – First Free Camping After a busy four days in Coober Pedy we headed north to see the Red Centre. As the distance to Alice Springs was still 690 km we stopped at a free camping ground at Agnes Creek.  Agnes Creek is a huge free campground on Stuart Highway with a lot of […]