Series Two covers Central Australia up to the Top End of Northern Territory:
This stretch of road was first built to allow cattle stations a means of transporting beef through road train access.
The area south of the West MacDonnell Ranges offers the travellers a unique vision of what the internationally known 'Red Centre' is all about.
The Binns Track, running from Mt.Dare Hotel in South Australia to Timber Creek in the Northern Territory, is a very long track through some of Australia's most diverse terrain.
From wild rock formations to unbelievable Aboriginal artwork, the unique Yellow Water wetlands to the infamous crocodile infested waterways, this place has it all.
This is the tropical north where fern palms grow wild amongst the gum trees, blue skies reign and the days are warm and filled with plenty to see.
The Old Ghan Heritage Trail is rich in pioneer history where early trade routes and pastoral developers used markers like the Finke River and Chambers Pillar to guide their way north.
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