Robyn with her camel Zeleika: For two years before she started the trek, Robyn trained the camels and learned how to survive in the harsh desert

Photographs capture Robyn Davidson's 1700 mile trek across Australia

Robyn Davidson, an Australian writer, with her camel Zeleika: For two years before she started the trek, Robyn trained the camels and learned how to survive in the harsh desert.

Robyn Davidson. I have just finished reading 'Tracks' about Robyn's trek across the Australian desert with her camels and dog

I just finished reading Tracks by Robyn Davidson about her journey across the Gibson desert from Alice to the Indian Ocean with her dog and four camels in Wow, what an amazing woman and a phenomenal story! Well worth a read.

Robyn Davidson author of Tracks

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Robyn with photographer Rick Smolan who joined her three times during the nine month journey. The photographs he took were published in National Geographic in 1978 and attracted so much interest that Robyn then decided to write the book about her experience

Photographs capture Robyn Davidson's 1700 mile trek across Australia

Robyn Davidson and NatGeo photographer Rick Smolan. Davidson trekked across Australia on foot with her dog and a group of camels.

Wat een vrouw!This is Robyn Davidson who in the late '70s crossed the Australian Outback alone but for her dog, camels and an occasional companion out on walk-about. National Geographic May 1978

Robyn Davidson photographed by Rick Smolan, National Geographic, May story about a solo camel trek across the Australian outback.

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In 1977 Robyn Davidson trekked 1700 miles across the Australian outback with   four camels and a dog. Her epic journey has been made into a film starring   Mia Wasikowska. This is an extract of Davidson's original account

Tracks: The true story behind the film

In 1977 Robyn Davidson trekked 1700 miles across the Australian outback with four camels and a dog. Her epic journey has been made into a film starring Mia Wasikowska. This is an extract of Davidson's original account

Rick Smolan’s photo of Robyn Davidson was featured on the cover of the May 1978 issue of National Geographic.

Robyn Davidson—the so-called “camel-lady” who undertook a trek from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean on foot with four camels and a dog as her companions. She wrote a book “TRACKS” about her experiences. Picture of National Georgraphic cover- Tracks

Traveling was always something I fantasized about, but like many people, I was unsure of how to afford it and hesitant to go alone. I went to Mor...

Robyn Davidson has traveled thousands of miles on camels - alone - across the deserts of Australia and Africa.

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