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By Communications volunteer, Leesa
I hope you enjoyed my virtual tour last week when we visited The Ocean Road then headed to Canberra.
This week I am going to take us to Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock), across to the Northern Territory and then we will go to Western Australia.
Sorry we didn’t get to Uluru in Central Australia last week, but I didn’t have the time to go there (ha, ha, ha!).
So let’s leave Canberra now to go across to Uluru in the centre of Australia.
In Uluru we will do a virtual tour …
Our second stop in the Northern Territory is the Tourist’s Guide to Darwin and then we’ll do the ‘Oceans to Outback’ tour before going for a walk around Alice Springs.
A Tourist’s Guide to Darwin Australia
Australia Northern Territory from Oceans to Outback
Next we’ll pop over to the Kimberley...
And we’ll end this outback extravaganza with a from Broom to Perth in Western Australia.
Last visit is to Western Australia where I have Broome and going to visit Perth in Western Australia.
360 Degree Walk By The Swan River In Perth Australia Virtual Reality
Before I go, I hope you enjoyed Week Two of our Virtual Tours.
Next week we will be traveling from here to South Australia then down to Tasmania.
We’re nearly finished travelling around Australia, so please feel free to let me know where you would like to go when we board our COVID-safe virtual aeroplane and head overseas. Just email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
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