Unleash your inner creative with these well-crafted itineraries

Shoot scenery on safari Bamurru Plains, NT

Join Lonely Plant photographer Richard I’Anson on a photography expedition based at Top End luxury lodge, Bamurru Plains. Expect incredible landscapes, prolific wildlife and a verrrry comfy bed each night. 5–9 April, $4899 per person, twin-share. 5 days

Study wine with a side of wilderness, Faraway Bay, WA

Learn the secrets of winemaking (and maybe taste one or two…) with acclaimed viticulturist Larry Cherubino at luxe Kimberley nature camp, Faraway Bay. Wines each evening will be paired with the fish you caught that day. 29 July–2 August, $5540 per person. 4 days

Paint the Pilbara, Karijini National Park, WA

If you’ve ever wanted to visit the ridiculously beautiful waterholes and gorges of Karijini National Park, this is a top notch way to do it. Archibald People’s Choice winner Jenny Sages will hand-hold you through landscape drawing or painting as part of Paint the Pilbara. 23–29 May, $3250 per person. 5 days

Capture Channel Country by 4WD, Beyond Longreach, Qld

Explore the unrivalled outback landscape of the Channel Country and Simpson Desert through your own lens. With guided tuition, capture exceptional images and explore this sunburnt country in a whole new light. 20–27 October, $3999 per person, twin-share. See blue-dog.com.au 8 days

Master bush food at Uluru, NT, one day

Head to our Red Centre for the inaugural three-day Tjungu Festival at Voyagers Ayers Rock Resort and you’ll connect with a smorgasborg of all things creative: cultural dance workshops, indigenous art and, our favourite, a masterclass on cooking and eating bush food. 24–27 April, free. 1 day

 

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