The view as we enter Kata Tjuta National Park in our psychedelic Beatles Wicked Van!
The view from our Camper at Kulgera Pub and camp ground! Was a cheap night – around $5 each for the night, with hot showers and an awesome outback pub meal for around $10.
Even more spectacular (in my opionion) were the Olgas! Around 45 minutes from Ayers Rock, these massive monoliths are incredible. The Wicked Camper was holding up well given the temperatures were soaring to around 40 degrees!
It’s hard work climbing Ayers Rock! They often close access to the climb due to high winds in the area – so be sure to visit on a calm day!
Vertigo was kicking in near the top of Ayers Rock!
Heading across the border into South Australia is the crazy little desert community of Coober Pedy! The Wicked Van was still going strong!
That night we ate crocidile, emu and wallaby on a pizza in Coober Pedy. This pic was taken in front of a house built into the side of the hill – essentially underground to escape the bullshit heat that hits the desert. The elderly couple who own the property were so lovely and took us in for a look! The people in remote central Australia are real and full of character!
The Salt Lakes of South Australia – a barren and wild area of remote Australia. I don’t think this was a Wicked Camper?!
It was something I’ve wanted to do all my life! The Stuart Highway is the real deal baby – we drove from Alice Springs to Adelaide in our trusty little Wicked Camper!
To Hire a Wicked Camper give us a call: 1800 24 68 69 or head over to www.wickedcampers.com.au to book online.
Remember this land is sacred and the Aboriginal people are the true owners of the land – so be respectful and enjoy!