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Posts Tagged ‘outback’

Ep. 8: A 2000 km drive in three days before we farewelled the old year from the camel’s back and went looking for dinosaurs.

Image gallery from the 2000kms drive from Broome to Darwin.

Check out these images from episode 6 of The Inland Sea.

Ep. 6: Alien spacecrafts! Abductions! Government conspiracies! …and a powered campsite for the night, thank you!

After our meeting with the alleged brown snake at our caravan park in Alice Springs, we had to stop by the local reptile centre to familiarise ourselves with some other crawling locals.

Ep. 5: One night at our caravan park in Alice Springs we ran into an unwelcome stanger…

Molly Clark talks about the function of shortwave radios in the bush before there were telephones.

Check out this gallery for a few shots along the road in episode 4 of the odyssey.

Ep. 4: After a quick stop at Australia’s most famous landmark, Uluru, we head to Alice Springs in search for 87-year-old outback pioneer Molly Clark.

Eirik Laugerud ponders the significance of giving fellow drivers a sign of recognition on the desert highways.

Backpackers Ian and Sara were lucky to walk away with only a few scratches when their campervan took a tumble on the highway.

Shooting on location is always a challenge. Shooting on location on a road trip is an even greater challenge, writes visual artist Dida Sundet.

Take a quick tour of Coober Pedy.

Ep. 3: Coober Pedy, the opal capital of the world. It’s a fascinating place, but we’re not here for the gemstones…

Ep. 1: Come travel Australia with us! “This is gonna be a carousel ride…”

A presentation of The Inland Sea at La Trobe University during the Media and Cinema Studies Program’s postgraduate conference in November 2010.

A few snaps of what’s to come…