An Outback Adventure in Far North Queensland

Hello.  Great to see you.  This is a sneaky last unofficial post for Mental Health Week 2015 - less talk and more pictures this time.  

A couple of days ago I wrote about the importance of taking regular breaks from work in order to rest, rejuvenate and keep mentally healthy in the face of inevitable work stress.

Well I make sure that I walk my talk so last week I shut down the laptop, outsourced my social media and spent a few days with three generations at the Jabiru Safari Lodge in Far North Queensland.  This was glamping, with three nights in fully decked out safari tents, catered meals on the deck by the lagoon and plenty of outdoor, outback activities for young and old.

I could tell you more about it (and should you definitely check it out if you love wildlife, getting well away from the big city and seeing some authentic Australian outback) but as it's the 10th of the month and time for the 10 on 10 Photography Circle that I share with some of my gorgeous bloggy mates, I'm going to let ten pictures do the talking.

See more from the photo circle.  Please head on over to Diana Photography where the lovely DIana is tiptoeing through the tulips!

Have you travelled in outback Queensland? Ever been glamping? What's your favourite Australian travel destination?