Winter is here! This is a Halfthew0rldaway first. I’ve decided to reblog this useful post from fellow bloggers Vipbackpackers, I hope you like.
Winter in Australia is the dry season and that means blue, clear, sunny skies and balmy temperatures that are never too hot nor too cold, unless you’re half way up the snowy slopes of Perisher. Winter is actually the perfect time to go north or to the outback before the sultry heat of summer sets in. Here are three locations to consider for a winter sojourn utilising the very best of the VIP Backpacker network.
Alice Springs, Northern Territory
Winter is a simply glorious time in Alice Springs and central Australia. It’s a fantastic time to get photographs of the incredible landscapes with all that blue sky and brilliant red earth. It’s also a good time to make use of the tours on offer, one of which is listed below (click this link for the full listing), when the temperatures make camping out and touring around quite enjoyable. Alice…
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