5 Australian Outback Places To Visit For A Rugged Adventure

Go truly off the beaten path by exploring Australia's incredible rugged landscapes

Skip the crowded cities and beaches; for a unique experience of Australia, venture out to the Outback, the world-famous regions of vast and largely untouched wilderness. Easily accessible from the main cities or even by plane, these beautiful outback destinations bring you closer to mother nature.

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2. The West MacDonnell Ranges

The breathtaking landscapes of the West MacDonnell Ranges have inspired artists over the world. A 644km-wide mountain range, it’s dotted with hiking trails (including the famous Larapinta Trail), gorges and waterholes. Go for a swim among the towering, beautiful red cliffs of Ellery Creek Big Hole, Ormiston Gorge, and Glen Helen Gorge, three of the must-visit spots. You can also spend the night at one of the many comfortable campsites around the Ranges. You won’t get bored at the West Macs!

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