The ultimate outback pub crawl
Michael is joined by Craig Tansley, freelance travel journalist, to find out if it’s possible to travel across the outback visiting pubs along the way and still be back at work in a week.
‘The outback comprises 70 per cent of Australia – that’s 5.6 million square kilometres; half the size of Western and Eastern Europe combined. This back-of-beyond defines Australia, and Australians, and yet for most of us, it’s as foreign as any country’, writes Mr Tansley.
‘The Classic Safari Company, best known before the pandemic for its trips to the wilds of Africa rather than the far-flung reaches of Australia, runs five-day “Aussie Outback Pub Crawls” that take you 4000 kilometres across the outback encompassing three states and visiting eight pubs.’
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