Deep immersion therapy amongst the ancient, aching wilderness of the East MacDonnell Ranges.
At first, it was red dirt, the humming hulk of Uluru, the strange mystery of Kata Tjuta, or the Devil’s Marbles, of a place that seemed to be a temporal cul-de-sac, a sanguine stream of unconsciousness where spacetime seemed sluggish…
Uluru and Kata Tjuta tug at the pilgrim’s soul.
The Finke Gorge National Park is located about 140km out of Alice Springs, easily within range of an overnight expedition, or even a daytrip, for Alice Springs locals and interstate visitors alike.
250 clicks south of Darwin and just 115km from the regional town of Katherine, a weekend trip to Umbrawarra is well within range of most Territorians.
Borroloola is a remote town on the banks of the McArthur River, home to the King Ash Bay Fishing Camp.