Walking Australia describes the way Americans Charlie and Sally Hull most enjoy seeing the country, meeting the people along the way. From the streets of Sydney, over to the desert of Alice Springs, and on down to Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road, the old mining town of Ballarat and up into the Blue Mountains, the Hulls talk and laugh with Australians and visitors alike as they enjoy the culture differences and beauty of Australia. The discussions range from the political opinions of fellow travelers to the beliefs of those attending the multicultural Chinese church, to the merriment of laughing with the waitress and the tears of acknowledgement of the price paid for freedom at the war memorial in the capital city. There is puzzlement over how to catch a public bus, and what to do when the debit card refuses to work. And then there is that lost visa...