Arnhem Land's rock art isn't just the best in Australia but the world's most long-lasting artistic tradition.
This October, the Uluru climb will close for good, and celebration is in the air.
It's superbly comfortable with a bathtub worthy of a higher price bracket, but let's face it, the environment is the real drawcard here.
Experiencing the monolith from its encircling trail isn't limited to those on foot.
This vast remote beauty has treasures you won't find anywhere else in the world.
"I'm biased but I think this is one of the best walks in the world."
This more edgy accommodation is designed with more independent travellers in mind.
Glass and metal explode. Parachutes bloom. I'm falling back down and hit water murky with spilled oil and debris.
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.