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View handsomeprettyshop's Instagram Ahhh reminiscing about 2011 travels through central Australia. You feel the colours and landscape through every pore. Those gum trees in my shot are fully grown mature height 😳 I felt privileged to walk 9 km around the base of #uluru #ulurukatatjutanationalpark #centralaustralia #handsomepretty #australia #walkingplacewalkingspace 1566271267915547519_354613883

Ahhh reminiscing about 2011 travels through central Australia. You feel the colours and landscape through every pore. Those gum trees in my shot are fully grown mature height 😳 I felt privileged to walk 9 km around the base of #uluru #ulurukatatjutanationalpark #centralaustralia #handsomepretty #australia #walkingplacewalkingspace

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View jennyeldrid's Instagram The view from the campsite, Trephina Gorge. Great spot for a weekend get away. #365daysinAlice #alicesprings #northernterritory #centralaustralia #macdonnellranges #trephinagorge #trees #camping #destinations 1566247880199788065_3249510805

The view from the campsite, Trephina Gorge. Great spot for a weekend get away. #365daysinalice #alicesprings #northernterritory #centralaustralia #macdonnellranges #trephinagorge #trees #camping #destinations

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View luarnag's Instagram Central Australia is my happy place 1566223802856495892_643554592

Central Australia is my happy place

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View anais_anais_'s Instagram Coming back from down under. 
#centralaustralia#endless#red#desert#views#plane#viewfromtheplane 1566154144660647655_211676082

Coming back from down under. #centralaustralia #endless#red#desert#views#plane#viewfromtheplane

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View freedomcyclist's Instagram In the Outback #TrephinaGorge #CentralAustralia #NorthernTerritory 1566058039325016484_343316428

In the Outback #trephinagorge #CentralAustralia #northernterritory

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View david_deitch's Instagram I can't wait to showcase the footage of this amazing man @theleafmonster soaking up the light from central Australia. If your around Sydney on the 3rd of August check out Neil Ernest Tomkins show at the New Standard Gallery Surry Hills @thenewstandardgallery 1566030027296617175_1560240967

I can't wait to showcase the footage of this amazing man @theleafmonster soaking up the light from central Australia. If your around Sydney on the 3rd of August check out Neil Ernest Tomkins show at the New Standard Gallery Surry Hills @thenewstandardgallery

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View jmag57's Instagram The old buildings in Darwin which survived the WW2 bombing and  Cyclone Tracy are mostly made from incredibly beautiful rock. The variety of the colours and textures is truly amazing. 1566018588564207129_177198637

The old buildings in Darwin which survived the WW2 bombing and Cyclone Tracy are mostly made from incredibly beautiful rock. The variety of the colours and textures is truly amazing.

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View jmag57's Instagram A little splash of colour right next to our hotel. 1566010268415576417_177198637

A little splash of colour right next to our hotel.

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View onthegokidintow2017's Instagram The #BigKoala #DadswellsBridge #roadtrippin #westernhighway #Victoria #Australia #straya #aussiebigthings - this one was encountered in passing -en route to #centralaustralia - but I can see an #aussiebigthings themed trip looming in our future. This one has pretty good hamburgers, a takeaway kitchen still decked out in chiko roll posters from the early 80s and a petting zoo. In short - "something for everyone" - plus it's a convenient rest stop en route from Melbourne to Adelaide or even en route to the #Grampians. #travel #travelphotography #travelblogger #travelgram #travelblog #travelwithkids 1565995428583062435_5777920789

The #bigkoala #dadswellsbridge #roadtrippin #westernhighway #victoria #australia #straya #aussiebigthings- this one was encountered in passing -en route to #centralaustralia - but I can see an #aussiebigthingsthemed trip looming in our future. This one has pretty good hamburgers, a takeaway kitchen still decked out in chiko roll posters from the early 80s and a petting zoo. In short - "something for everyone" - plus it's a convenient rest stop en route from Melbourne to Adelaide or even en route to the #Grampians. #travel #travelphotography #travelblogger #travelgram #travelblog #travelwithkids

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View tarajgrady_'s Instagram Flying into the Red Centre ☀️ #centralaustralia #alicesprings 1565986173774646713_48142599

Flying into the Red Centre ☀️ #centralaustralia #alicesprings

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View jmag57's Instagram Found these huge and gorgeously decorated kangaroos in the lobby of the Paspaley Pearls building today in downtown Darwin. They were designed by celebs then auctioned off for the Alannah and Madeleine Foundation. One of the Paspaley clan bought 6 of them and they are pretty impressive! They seem to literally 'jump' off the screen!! 1565987570780167652_177198637

Found these huge and gorgeously decorated kangaroos in the lobby of the Paspaley Pearls building today in downtown Darwin. They were designed by celebs then auctioned off for the Alannah and Madeleine Foundation. One of the Paspaley clan bought 6 of them and they are pretty impressive! They seem to literally 'jump' off the screen!!

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View adventureaustraliatt's Instagram As if you needed another excuse to put the #redcentreNT on your bucket list, just look at these ✨✨✨ Thanks @mitchgreenphotos for the amazing 📷 1565961536912427388_1694032159

As if you needed another excuse to put the #redcentrenton your bucket list, just look at these ✨✨✨ Thanks @mitchgreenphotos for the amazing 📷

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View rhyllpearson's Instagram The Olgas from a different angle as we scooted along in the car ! There are lots of sections of the roads around both Ayres Rock and the Olgas where you aren't allowed to stop and pull over for a photo !! Thus I took this on the move !! #katatjuta #olgas #centralaustralia 1565964243512455285_1991500700

The Olgas from a different angle as we scooted along in the car ! There are lots of sections of the roads around both Ayres Rock and the Olgas where you aren't allowed to stop and pull over for a photo !! Thus I took this on the move !! #katatjuta #olgas #centralaustralia

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View redcentrelife's Instagram Simpson's Gap; a spot of quiet, peaceful tranquility not far out of town. 1565938376861816892_3872966178

Simpson's Gap; a spot of quiet, peaceful tranquility not far out of town.

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View sidneynolantrust's Instagram Following on from Friday's piece, Australian writer Suzanne Falkiner provides the second instalment of her #Nolan100 contribution... Part Two: 'Landscape No 27 (Convalescence)' "Nolan’s collaboration with Randolph Stow to provide images for the poet’s collection Outrider (1962) was close, but indirect. ‘I don’t remember that we ever talked in detail about particular poems or paintings, but we talked a lot in general. We were pretty much on the same wave-length in those days, and started ideas in each other. He called it “cross-fertilization”,’ Stow wrote in 1981. Nevertheless, as Nolan chose the individual poems to which each picture would be linked, he might have gleaned something of their painful inception. After a desolate period in the late 1950s that brought him close to death, Stow had written no new poems in four years, until the stimulation of working with Nolan reignited his creative fire. One of these new poems Nolan illustrated was ‘Landscapes’... The image, apparently derived from one of Nolan’s aerial photographs taken in central Australia in 1949, shows an unending, empty landscape with a fading horizon and yet a tantalising promise of green." To read Part Two of Suzanne's contribution in full, follow the link in our Bio.

Image: Sidney Nolan, 'Landscape No 27 (Convalescence)' (1962), Synthetic polymer paint on paper, 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

#SidneyNolanCentenary #australianartist #centralaustralia #postcardpainting #poetry #aerialview 1565939556192086910_2265962382

Following on from Friday's piece, Australian writer Suzanne Falkiner provides the second instalment of her #nolan100contribution... Part Two: 'Landscape No 27 (Convalescence)' "Nolan’s collaboration with Randolph Stow to provide images for the poet’s collection Outrider (1962) was close, but indirect. ‘I don’t remember that we ever talked in detail about particular poems or paintings, but we talked a lot in general. We were pretty much on the same wave-length in those days, and started ideas in each other. He called it “cross-fertilization”,’ Stow wrote in 1981. Nevertheless, as Nolan chose the individual poems to which each picture would be linked, he might have gleaned something of their painful inception. After a desolate period in the late 1950s that brought him close to death, Stow had written no new poems in four years, until the stimulation of working with Nolan reignited his creative fire. One of these new poems Nolan illustrated was ‘Landscapes’... The image, apparently derived from one of Nolan’s aerial photographs taken in central Australia in 1949, shows an unending, empty landscape with a fading horizon and yet a tantalising promise of green." To read Part Two of Suzanne's contribution in full, follow the link in our Bio. Image: Sidney Nolan, 'Landscape No 27 (Convalescence)' (1962), Synthetic polymer paint on paper, 30.5 x 25.5 cm. #sidneynolancentenary #australianartist #centralaustralia #postcardpainting #poetry #aerialview

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View birdsvillebakery's Instagram The face of someone who just crossed the Simpson for a hot pie #birdsvillebakery #outbackqueensland Thanks for tagging us @gone_bush_au 1565865216448600947_4849930935

The face of someone who just crossed the Simpson for a hot pie #birdsvillebakery #outbackqueenslandThanks for tagging us @gone_bush_au

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