Outback Towns

South Australia

If it’s a 4WD adventure you’re looking for you can’t go past the outback of South Australia’s legendary tracks like Birdsville, Oodnadatta, Strezlecki and Beadell’s “Bomb” tracks together with some of Australia’s most famous deserts and lakes, throw in some opals and a rocket or two and you have the adventure of a lifetime.


Adelaide is a the Capital of South Australia


Andamooka is a small opal mining township located approximately 600 km north of Adelaide, in the far north...


An excellent natural history and geology museum at Arkaroola which includes early Aboriginal artefacts,...


Australia becomes connected! On 18 October 1872, Charles Todd heard the news that the it was the first day...


The original home the juice company Berri Ltd.


Located on the Murray River and steeped with history, Cadell is also famous for the Murray River Giant...


In the West Coast region of South Australia, on the northwest corner of Eyre Peninsula, the small town of...

Coober Pedy

Coober Pedy is a must for opal lovers. The town attracts approximately 500,000 visitors a year on their...


Gateway to Wilpena Pound


Part of the Adventure Way This small outback town is on the banks of the Cooper Creek

Leigh Creek

Once regarded as exclusively a mining town, locals have banded together to showcase another outback South...


old outback town


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


Pink Roadhouse


Home of the Prairie Hotel

Port Augusta

Port Augusta is a seaport and railway junction at the head of the Spencer Gulf town.


At the door step of the Flinders Rangers

Roxby Downs

You can explore the vast and arid landscape with local tours and keep an eye out for many native animals in...

The Simpson Desert

The Simpson Desert is a vast tract of land covered in red sand ridges and extending into three states from...


Rich in heritage, the seaport town of Whyalla, located on the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula is...

William Creek

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...