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South Australia

There is much to see and do travelling through northern South Australia. The quicker route is via Augusta Highway, closer to the coast with plenty of stopover opportunities in the towns and Port Pirie.

Or you can take the meandering Horrocks Highway via historic villages and the Clare Valley Wine region. Several roads connect the two highways – see maps.

Both roads access the beautiful Flinders Ranges, a favourite holiday spot. The road, through the spectacular Flinders ranges leads to numerous towns with great experiences to be had, and on to the rugged Northern Flinders and Gamon Ranges.

The Oodnadatta Track, a popular 4WD road crosses the South Australian Outback. Port Augusta is the gateway to the Stuart Highway. This main arterial road across Australia passes through the Woomera Rocket Range, opal country and via the Red Centre of to Darwin.

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Northern Territory

The Northern Territory, the last of Australia to be explored by Europeans, is home to many Aboriginal people living on their traditional lands. The Stuart Highway is an excellent sealed road, with many roadside rest areas. It is named after Explorer John McDouall Stuart who led a team across the continent in 1862.

There is spectacular scenery in the Centre of Australia – a favourite destination with mild days and cool nights during the cold southern winters.

There is much to discover, the wildlife and amazing places. Fossicking for gold and minerals is a popular past time. The tropics of the north also has spectacular scenery and great experiences.

Darwin, a small modern city with abundant cafes and restaurants and its unique war, cyclone and early settlement heritage offers great experiences. Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks are nearby and barramundi fishing is not to be missed.

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South Australia
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South Australia

There is much to see and do travelling through northern South Australia. The quicker route is via Augusta Highway, closer to the coast with plenty of stopover opportunities in the towns and Port Pirie.

Or you can take the meandering Horrocks Highway via historic villages and the Clare Valley Wine region. Several roads connect the two highways – see maps.

Both roads access the beautiful Flinders Ranges, a favourite holiday spot. The road, through the spectacular Flinders ranges leads to numerous towns with great experiences to be had, and on to the rugged Northern Flinders and Gamon Ranges.

The Oodnadatta Track, a popular 4WD road crosses the South Australian Outback. Port Augusta is the gateway to the Stuart Highway. This main arterial road across Australia passes through the Woomera Rocket Range, opal country and via the Red Centre of to Darwin.

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Northern Territory
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Northern Territory

The Northern Territory, the last of Australia to be explored by Europeans, is home to many Aboriginal people living on their traditional lands. The Stuart Highway is an excellent sealed road, with many roadside rest areas. It is named after Explorer John McDouall Stuart who led a team across the continent in 1862.

There is spectacular scenery in the Centre of Australia – a favourite destination with mild days and cool nights during the cold southern winters.

There is much to discover, the wildlife and amazing places. Fossicking for gold and minerals is a popular past time. The tropics of the north also has spectacular scenery and great experiences.

Darwin, a small modern city with abundant cafes and restaurants and its unique war, cyclone and early settlement heritage offers great experiences. Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks are nearby and barramundi fishing is not to be missed.

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