Beyond the Red Centre

Booth, Joanna
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/18/2009, p43
Trade Publication
The article features the several tourist spots and destinations in Australia. The Alice Springs is the most popular outback town in the country located between West MacDonnell Ranges and panoramic landscapes of the East. Kakadu and Arnhem Land is a wild and deserted area for those who love outback adventures. Darwin is the only tropical city in Australia which serves as the forefront of the art movement of the Aboriginal.


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