Sydney has returned to its stormy inner self today. Rain dominates the morning as we complete a week of sunshine. Wasn’t that a treat! Let’s venture into the archives for a moment…
You don’t find me venturing from the coast too much – but a short 2.5-hour flight from Sydney landed me in Broken Hill – also known as the ‘Silver City’ – a remote mining city in the far west of outback NSW with @visitnsw.
You will find a good coffee at the Silly Goat Café and we then made our way to Silverton. I’m a big fan of Mad Max so I was keen to see where it was filmed on those long stretches of dusty roads and here you will find the Mad Max 2 museum.
Mundi Mundi lookout is worth it – stand on top of the barrier ranges and look across Mundi Mundi Station which stretches as far as the south Australian border.
Sunset and sunrise are my favourite times of day – The living Desert Sculptures are a must at sunset.
There’s nothing like the outback to make you feel connected to your roots and the space – to feel free.
Here’s my version of our Aussie outback :: uge