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A motorcycling photo journalist crossing the Outback.
Starting in Brisbane, Toi rode west on the Great Western Highway, where the long road trains dominate the road. Approaching the southern coast, he entered the vast, treeless expanse of the Nullarbor Plain and continued west until reaching Perth. Toi then dared the infamous Canning Stock Route, riding over 900 red sand dunes along the way. Next, he took the Tanami Track, a two-lane dirt road, to the east. In the center of the Australian continent, Toi looked with wonder on Uluru, the great sandstone rock formation sacred to the Aboriginal people of the region. From there he headed east, returning to the point of origin, Brisbane.
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