Meet Doug Sprigg, an outback pilot who spends his days flying travellers over the wild frontiers of his backyard, the vast South Australian outback. His flight path covers 800,000 square kilometres, an area bigger than Belgium, Netherlands and France combined and has called this rugged wilderness home for more than half a century. The 66-year-old runs and lives at Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary in the farthest reaches of the Flinders Ranges and says it’s craggy peeks, towering ridge lines and sweeping gorges are best explored from the air.
Stories of the South | S1 EP1 Outback PilotsMay 18, 2021
Stories of the South | S1 EP1 Outback Pilots