A town where more people live underground than above, a pub where you are just as likely to see a plane parked out the front as a 4WD, a pink roadhouse, a rail graveyard, the largest cattle stations in the world and a lake with a catchment area almost as big as the state itself. What can I say- there’s nothing ordinary about the Outback SA.
The original home the juice company Berri Ltd.
In the West Coast region of South Australia, on the northwest corner of Eyre Peninsula, the small town of...
Coober Pedy is a must for opal lovers. The town attracts approximately 500,000 visitors a year on their...
Part of the Adventure Way This small outback town is on the banks of the Cooper Creek
Stop and rest at Marla
685kms north of Adelaide in South Australia, at the junction of the Oodnadatta and Birdsville tracks’ lies...
Fossicking at Mintabie
Port Augusta is a seaport and railway junction at the head of the Spencer Gulf town.
You can explore the vast and arid landscape with local tours and keep an eye out for many native animals in...
Rich in heritage, the seaport town of Whyalla, located on the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula is...
Surrounded by Australia's largest cattle station, Anna Creek Station.
Naturally a name was needed for the town. One name proposed was Red Sands - a contrast with White Sands, the...
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