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Covering 4 States and 1 Territory (NSW, ACT, VIC, SA, WA), more than 4 000 km, with a recored time of just above 3 days (thanx to alot of speeding and night driving)
I have done a journey that shows Australia to a person like no other. Highly recommend it.

Here are some of my pictures.
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In Transit







From Sydney and well past the WA border the Navigation screen always had ">1Tkm" (more then one thousand k's to the destination) but now it had figures! (was really really happy at this point haha)




100k's from Perth, woooo!
 

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Awesome trip, awesome shots.

Canberra has a really strong "Washington DC" vibe in those photos with the rain-swept autumnal streets, solid beaucratic buildings and wide avenues.
 

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Great shots. The rain seemed to be following you. Perhaps you should just keep driving around drought stricken Australia!
 

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Great shots. The rain seemed to be following you. Perhaps you should just keep driving around drought stricken Australia!
lol it is so true. it did follow me. everywhere i went i had rain, heavy rain too.

and omg so funny, i could be the answer to australia's drought crisis. LOL!!
 

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Thats their loss.
The pictures are superb and you caputred the spirit of Adelaide albeit on a rainy weekend morning with no activity :D
 

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Whats this place? The Australian institute of Heavy Metal?:rock::rock::rock:

 

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Whats this place? The Australian institute of Heavy Metal?:rock::rock::rock:
Not quite ...

It is the Australian American Memorial, it is 78 metres tall, made from aluminum. That V is actually an eagle with wings up swept in a victory sign.

IN GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE OF THE VITAL HELP GIVEN BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DURING THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941-45
UNVEILED BY HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II FEBRUARY 16th 1954
 

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Absolutely awesome pics and as if I were the tourist to travel the scene with the pics you showed to us ......
 
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