Camel Equestrian!? Yes, really. Welcome to the Northern Territory, Australia’s Outback. The Outback is the vast expanse of Australia’s interior of endless desert landscapes, rich with native flora and fauna. In addition to the local wildlife that you would expect to see in Australia (such as Kangaooos and emus) the Outback is also home to a large camel population. The camels were brought to Australia in the 19th century and have become a part of the landscape. Australian Camels are exported to the Middle East, and in the case of some resourceful Northern Territorians they are used as horse replacements in equestrian!