Kath and truk moved to Sydney, Australia, at the end of August, 2001. This page details the trip in progress, including movies and text descriptions of the various adventures that have ensued.September 2001 - Peyton's Baptism [2nd] | Apartment [9th] | Cliffwalk [18th] | Footy Final [23rd]
October 2001 - Koori Knockout [1st] | Vigoro [20th] | North Sydney Beaches [30th]
November 2001 - Sports Awards [9th]
December 2001 - Tasmania - Cataract Gorge [30th] | Tasmania - Cradle Mountain [30th] | Tasmania - West and South 
January 2002 - Tasmania - Port Arthur [1st] | Tasmania - East Coast [2nd]
April 2002 - Queensland [1st to 15th]
June 2002 - Sydney Opera House [11th] | Broken Hill [15th] | Southern Australia [20th] | Western Australia [26th]
July 2002 - Darwin, Litchfield, Katherine Gorge [16th] | Arnhem Land [19th] | Kakadu [24th]
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July 24, 2002 - Kakadu National Park
More than a World Heritage Area, Kakadu is a living record of ancient human inhabitation of Australia, complete with scenery as beautiful as any on Earth. Just make sure you can swim before you go. And fast. Because of the saltwater crocodiles.
Click here to take it all in.
July 19, 2002 - Bodeidei Camp, Arnhem Land
You need permission from the local Aboriginal people and an official permit to visit. Almost no tourists can get in, and the area is largely empty and left alone by the outside world. So, of course, we had to visit Arnhem Land.
Journey to the heart of Aboriginal land here.
July 16, 2002 - Darwin, Litchfield, Katherine Gorge
kath and truk have landed in the Top End of Australia. Follow them as they see the sights around Darwin, trek down the Katherine River, and explore a national park during the Dry Season.
Click here to view the photos and read all about it.
June 26, 2002 - Western Australia
Perth is the most isolated major city on Earth. After the marathon train journey to get there, it takes on the complexion of an oasis by the sea.
Click here to see the highlights.
June 20, 2002 - South Australia
This place is really dry. But, as truk discovers, there is much more to South Australia than the bottom of a beer schooner.
Fill up on the whole story here.
June 15, 2002 - Broken Hill and Western NSW
Follow truk as he takes the Indian Pacific out of Sydney, heading West into the wild outback mining town of Broken Hill.
Click here to see the wonderful emptiness for yourself.
June 11, 2002 - Sydney Opera House
Ever been bored and have a digital camera to play with? Ever wished to bore others with your photography? Click on to see the Sydney Opera House.
Get all you can just about stand about the Sydney Opera House here.
April 1-15, 2002 - Queensland
January 2, 2002 - Tasmania - Eastern Working Farm
January 1, 2002 - Tasmania - Port Arthur
December 31, 2001 - Tasmania - West and South
December 30, 2001 - Tasmania - Cradle Mountain
On our way west from Launceston to Strahan, on Tasmania's wild west coast, we stopped to walk though a tiny bit of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area called the Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair National Park.
December 30, 2001 - Tasmania - Cataract Gorge
After arriving in Georgetown, Tasmania, on the Devil Cat (jet-powered catamaran ferry) from Melbourne (a 6 hour trip), we bused down to the northern city of Launceston. About a 15 minute walk from downtown Launceston is an amazing place called Cataract Gorge.
November 9, 2001 - Sydney, NSW - Sports Awards
The National Sports Awards event is a biannual opportunity to recognize and celebrate indigenous achievement in sports. Nominees come from local and national athletic circles for sports as diverse as dart throwing, running, wrestling, boxing, and rugby.
October 30, 2001 - North Sydney, NSW - Northern Beaches
October 20, 2001 - Greystanes, NSW - Vigoro
October 1, 2001 - Redfern, NSW - Koori Knockout
After winning the Grand final the previous weekend, most of the La Perouse footy team returned to play other Aboriginal teams in the annual Koori Knockout, featuring the best Koori teams from about New South Wales.
September 23, 2001 - Redfern, NSW - Footy Final
The La Perouse football team played Moore Park for the 2001 Grand Final trophy. This game featured some outstanding play on both sides of the field, including a try by Bunda that put La Pa in the driver's seat with only minutes on the clock.
September 18, 2001 - Malabar, NSW - Cliffwalk
September 9, 2001 - Malabar, NSW - Apartment
September 2, 2001 - La Perouse, NSW - Peyton's Baptism
As the first major event we attended after moving to Australia, Peyton Draskovic's baptism served as an introduction to, or a reunion with, many members of the local Koori (Aboriginal) community.