The world has plenty of famed routes for the adventurer but none kick up as much dust as Australia's Adelaide to Uluru escapade, writes Sue Williams.
Sean Mooney and his children enjoy a 'cubby house' on rails.
Andrew Bain explores cuisine, culture and country near Alice Springs.
From the sharp crest of Euro Ridge, Alice Springs looks more like a memory than a city. Andrew Bain walks the majestic Larapinta Trail.
Australia's red centre may be vast and empty, but Lucy Rickard finds she can't take her eyes off it.
Sue Williams watches artists at work on a cattle station combining landscape and luxury.
The transcontinental rail journey to Darwin doubles as an emotional Anzac tribute for John Borthwick.
Bruce Elder joins a group of enthusiastic travellers aboard a Dash 8 for a tour of northern Australia's A-list attractions.
Located in the heart of Australia's Red Centre and surrounded the magnificent MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs is the gateway to Uluṟu and Kata Tjuṯa National Park. Take an outback drive to Kings Canyon, join a walk on the Larapinta Trail and learn about the Dreamtime and Aboriginal traditions. This is one of the best places to experience the beauty and magic of this ancient red desert landscape.