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This is the Australian cliche - harsh ochre-red deserts, strange rock formations, dusty plains with kangaroos gazing lazily in the hot sun, and lonely outback pubs. Further north to the coast, brilliant blue open skies seemingly meet the sea; and the rocky gorges of Kakadu and their deliciously inviting watering holes. Cliche it may be, but it's quintessential Australia.