In January 2016, the opportunity arose for us to spend 6 days in the south-west corner of Western Australia, and it was an awesome place to go!
The Outback is synonymous with Australia, but where, and what, is it? Every state in mainland Australia, and the Northern Territory, has an outback, and it refers to the vast open country that is so remote you can travel for several hours, and, in some places, days, without seeing another human being. While the New South Wales Outback is not quite as remote as that of most other states, it is still an enormous area, and is an area that has its own wildlife residents.
Although we did not have a lot of time on this trip, we found a huge variety of awesome wildlife in the 250 km stretch of the New South Wales south coast immediately south of Sydney.
So you can put some faces to the names of the Australia’s Wildlife group, we wanted to take a few minutes and introduce ourselves to you.
Welcome to our new site! We are currently working on a new series of wildlife travel guides to help naturalists, travelers, photographers and bird-watchers get the best out of Australia’s wild places. Saving you time and money on your Wild Life adventure.