Dingo and dug outs

After a very warm evening in William Creek and a nice pub meal, we got up at 5:30am and headed off to the western edge of Lake Eyre north at Halligan’s Bay and ABC Bay.  The Dog stayed in the camper and had a nice quiet sleep-in. It was 65km of rocky, sandy, corrugated track…

The Oodnadatta Track

Maree to William Creek via the track is only around 200km but we took a whole day to make the trek and enjoyed lots of stop-offs at old railway sidings, “Plane Henge” (a sculpture/art project in the middle of nowhere), lake lookouts and artesian springs.  It was a great trip and the road was much…

Lake Eyre

The Lake was the original motivation that started the plans for this amazing trip. Whilst we have done so many other things already, the Lake was something we really wanted to see.  From the window of a light plane, we saw Coopers Creek crossing, the Birdsville track and then the amazing lake (north and south)…

Marree no more

There’s nothing to write about Marree other than it being the base for scenic flights over Lake Eyre and home to the most filthy, dilapidated caravan park we have ever stayed in.  Lisa – if you are reading this, the ablutions were far worse than Redgum Village in Dandaragan – who would have thought that…