Stage 1: Bridget set off from Alice Springs in July 2011.
From there she headed North to Daly Waters, the furthest her Dad had traveled on the Stuart Highway in the Northern Territory. She moved on toward Darwin and ventured out to both Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks before hitting the Gibb River Road to Broome. From Broome Bridget took a day trip to Cape Leveque and the next day began the long journey South bound for Perth with detour into Karijini National Park.
On arrival in Perth she hired a car and took off toward the Margaret River and called into Cape Leeuwin the most South-Westerly point of Australia.
Back in Perth Bridget boarded the Indian Pacific to make her way across the Nullabor Plains to reach Adelaide, her final desination on Stage 1.
Stage 2: Bridget set off from Sydney in April 2012.
From there she headed South calling into Kiama on route to Nowra. She visited the nearby towns of Berry and Jervis Bay. In torrential rain and heavy fog Bridget turned off onto the Kings Highway bound for Canberra.
Two days later she reutrned to the coast passing through Batemans Bay on her way to Narooma. Bridget called into Tilba Tilba before continuing on through, Bermagui, Merimbula, Pambula and settling in Eden for the night. Her journey continued on to Mallacoota and Cape Conran, Lakes Entrance, Yarram and into Inverloch just ahead of a storm front.
The Mornington Peninsula, speciafically Sorrento and Rye were her last stop before Melbourne, her final desintation on Stage 2.