'The Outback isn't a place on a map; it's a place in your heart.� It's an attitude, how you treat people, a way of behaving.� It's your belief system, and how a whole nation of Australians often long for a time when life was simpler, less complicated, more genuine . . . '
Sue Williams has long been fascinated by the Outback - its striking landscapes, the salt-of-the-earth characters it breeds, its wonders and its weirdness.� But to date, her focus has been on others' lives.
Now putting her bravest foot forward, Sue sets out to see our country as it really is, warts and all.� She accepts every new challenge that comes her way, including pregnancy-testing cows at a remote property, joining a cattle drive across Queensland, visiting the deadliest town in Australia, and fronting up to a ferocious fighter in the last boxing tent in the world.
It's tough for a city slicker, but she won't stop until she discovers what the 'real' Outback is all about.