Classic Journeys Course: Alice Spring to Darwin, Overland
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The Kimberley – is one of the oldest parts of the most ancient continent on earth, with a continuous population from not long after the dawn of humankind, David McGonigal. We take a 22 day trip into the TOP END. We journey through some of Australia’s iconic areas, camping out and staying at famous resorts. Crocodiles, burning deserts, cool pools and superb company make this a once a lifetime journey.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Have a greater understanding of travel in Australia’s northern regions.
- Have a better understanding of the northern regions of Australia.
This course covers the following topics:
- Alice Springs.
- Tanami Track.
- Wolfe Creek Crater.
- Halls Creek.
- Purnululu National Park.
- Cathedral Gorge & Echidna Chasm.
- Fitzroy Crossing.
- Geike Gorge.
- Windjana Gorge National Park.
- Tunnel Creek National Park.
THE GIBB RIVER ROAD
- Manning Gorge.
- Drysdale Station.
- Mitchell River National Park.
- Emma Gorge.
- El Questro Wilderness Park.
- Ord River Cruise.
KAKADU & DARWIN
- Timber Creek.
- Yellow Waters Billabong Cruise.
- East Alligator Cruise.
This history course is suitable for personal interest adult learners, university students and active retirees who are planning to visit Northern Territory of Australia, or those who have a general interest in those lands.
The course is structured using a mixture of visual powerpoint presentations, readings by participants, discussion and a class quiz to assist with personal retention of the course material.
- Kings in Grass Castles, Mary Durack, Constable & Co, 1985.
- The Kimberley, David McGonigal, Australian Geographic, 2003.
- The White Divers of Broome, John Bailey, Pan Macmillan, 2011.
- Expert trainers
- Central locations
- Small class sizes
- Free, expert advice
- Student materials – yours to keep
- Certificate of completion