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Now have fun exploring the the tales and tips from the Australian Outback.
Lake Eyre is a large, usually dry, salt lake in the South Australian Outback. Find useful travel and safety facts along with updates about Lake Eyre's current water level.
Marree is a fascinating tiny settlement on the edge of the Australian Outback - the place where the history of the inland began
Road conditions along the Oodnadatta Track can change quickly, it is essential to check weather reports and conditions before you go. Read reports from people who travelled the track.
The Oodnadatta Track is the most historic track in Outback South Australia. The track follows an ancient trail used by Aborigines. Get inspired by the history and find info and facts to plan a safe journey.
The channel country beyond Birdsville is black stump country, forlorn places, shimmering mirages, a great way to experience the Australian Outback.
The Birdsville races weekend is full of fun and excitement, watch a town of 100 swell to 6000 people, join the biggest party in the Australian Outback.
Outback travel tips - where to stay in the Outback, info about where to buy food and fuel
Birdsville Track travel tips - facts about outback accommodation and everything you need to know to plan your journey along the legendary track
Explore my Birdsville Track photos, a stunning Outback picture gallery that makes you want to go there
The Birdsville Track is one of the icons in the eastern Australian Outback. Read about the history, highlights, track conditions and the Cooper Creek ferry status.
Birdsville is known for the famous races, dust storms and an unique hotel. Discover one of the remotest towns in the Australian Outback
The Outback by Leighton B. Watts was selected as the official poem for the Year Of The Outback 2006
Waltzing Matilda is Australia's most sung anthem, it is Australian folklore
Australian facts - the weather, time zones, size, and facts you always wanted to know
Advance Australia Fair has been Australia's national anthem since 1984, watch a good video and listen to the anthem
Discover Silverton NSW, the unique town in the far west of New South Wales is close to Broken Hill. Explore an almost ghost town with losts of character. Don't miss the Mundi Mundi plains lookout for a true Outback experience.