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Now have fun exploring the the tales and tips from 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.
This first aid kit checklist helps to pack first aid kit supplies when you travel to the Australian Outback, or anywhere else in the world
Bushfires in Australia are very common, thankfully, they don't always end in a catastrophe like the Black Saturday 2009
To prepare your car properly for a trip to the Australian Outback is an essential part of Outback safety. Having a well-prepared vehicle is more important than the car type
Get Outback driving tips & facts for a safe trip throughout the Australian Inland. Driving in Australia is not hard, even if they drive on the wrong side of the road!
Discover Silverton NSW, the unique town in the far west. Explore an almost ghost town with losts of character and the Mundi Mundi lookout for a true Outback experience
Broken Hill is the main centre in the far west of NSW. The history of Broken Hill is a story of trials and triumphs, discover what this stuning city offers.
The Barrier Highway is a sealed road through the Outback in New South Wales and South Australia. Find facts and tips to plan an exciting trip.
What's the Australian climate like? Where is the best place to go in Outback Australia? Australian weather info to plan your trip.
A trip along Stuart Highway is an epic journey of more than 3000 kms across the Australian Outback. Find out about highlights and facilities along the route.
Outback New South Wales is the best attraction in the state. Explore famous places like Silverton, Corner Country, Menindee Lakes and the Darling River
Cameron Corner is a remote place in the Australian Outback where the borders of three Australian states meet, Queensland, South Australia and NSW.
Outback South Australia offers many attractions to visitors. Travel famous Outback tracks, see huge salt lakes and ancient mountain ranges.
Lake Gairdner National Park is a wilderness jewel in the Gawler Ranges. Enjoy stunning pictures and get the facts on how to visit the area.
The Gawler Ranges National Park is a wildernes reserve in Outback South Australia. Explore stunning rock formations & historical places.
Mount Ive Station is a sheep station in the Gawler Ranges, that offers accommodation for visitors to explore this fantastic part of the Australian Outback.
The Gawler Ranges are a beautiful wildernes area in Outback South Australia. A perfect destination for 4 wheel drive adventures and exploring stunning nature.
The Lasseter Highway, named after gold prospector Lewis Harold Bell Lasseter, runs 244km to the west from Erldunda to Yulara and Uluru / Kata Tjuta National Park.
The painted desert is a highlight in Outback South Australia. Also known as the Arckaringa Hills, this stunning landscape has been built over 80 million years.
Australian Outback guide with facts and track descriptions for the Outback in South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland
Australian snakes are known to be the most dangerous in the world. Treat them with respect, and they won't harm you.
Kilcowera station is a huge cattle station located in south-west Queensland. Enjoy stunning landscapes, nature and Australian wildlife on your Queensland holidays
A trip to Thargomindah is another fine Queensland travel experience. See what this tiny town has in common with Paris and London.
Stockman's Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre in Longreach is one of the highlights in Outback Queensland.
Discover Longreach Australia, explore the spirit of the Australian Outback. Visit the Stockman Hall of Fame, explore the history of the region.
Cloncurry Australia - discover the legends of Qantas and the flying doctors. Explore Outback history on your Queensland holidays.
Winton Australia - explore the spirit of Waltzing Matilda on your queensland holidays
Boulia is home of the Min Min Light, the ancient myth that has never been solved. Travel to Queensland and discover the secrets of the spooky light.
Windorah is right in the heart of Channel Country. Nature is stunning in this part of Outback Australia, it is an exciting area for your queensland holidays.
Discover the Channel Country while you travel along the Diamantina Developmental Road from Quilpie to Mount Isa
Travel Queensland, discover the diverse and stunning scenery along the Matilda Way
Oodnadatta Track Travel Tips - outback accommodation, outback tours, everything you need to know to plan your journey
Oodnadatta to Marla - the last section starts in the town that gave the track its name, only 200 km, and you've finished the Oodnadatta track
William Creek to Oodnadatta - See more relics of the old Ghan railway line along the Oodnadatta Track
William Creek is Outback South Australia's smallest town. It is on Anna Creek station, and a welcome stop on the Oodnadatta Track
The trip from Marree to William Creek along the Oodnadatta Track is pure Australian Outback adventure
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.
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