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Oodnadatta Track The Outback Travellers Track Guide

Oodnadatta Track The Outback Travellers Track Guide

05th January 2014

The Oodnadatta Track is a heritage corridor.  It is the pioneering North/South road followed by aborigines, explorers, pastoralists, Afghan cameleers, Overland Railway and telegraph lines. It embodies the history of travel throughout outback Australia and offers a unique experience through one of Australia's most diverse and geographically interesting landscapes.  The rich colour and harshness of terrain, typified by the remoteness of the Australian Outback, encourages the spirited adventurer to discover the real beauty of this region. The track closely follows the paths taken by Stuart and Giles exploring inland Australia during the 1800's. The Sectioned Maps will help you find everything of interest along the Track and point out potential road cautions in advance, supported by visual references, for the benefit of your safety.

Locations: Marree, Coward Springs, William Creek, Oodnadatta, Marla.


  • Enlarged sections
  • Track notes
  • GPS co-ordinates
  • Distances to and from your origin
  • Photographic references
  • Specific Land marks
  • Elevations
  • Fuel - Food - Water
  • Camping and Accommodation
  • Points of Reference
  • Fuel - Food - Water
  • Camping and Accommodation
  • Emergency UHF Radio Channels
  • Old Ghan Railway
  • Old Overland Telegraph line
  • Contact details
  • Travellers log
  • Road Cautions
  • Regional road and tracks
  • Flora along the track


Brand: ABC Maps
Order Code: Oodnadatta-Track