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OUTBACK TRACKSThere are thousands of outback journeys in Australia - on bitumen and dirt, across deserts and mountains, along the coast and inland, long and short, tough and easy. The Outback Tracks section of OUTBACK magazine covers them all, and there's one thing in common: a plethora of interesting people, places, pubs and experiences along the way. Join us on the outback journey of a lifetime in this fascinating section of Australia's favourite bush magazine.


Rich rewards of Rudall River
Issue 37 Oct/Nov 2004
Rudall River is Australia’s second-largest national park after Kakadu. Although seen by few due to its isolation in the Pilbara, WA, it is rich in historical, scenic and cultural rewards.

Sample the sweet south-west
Issue 36 Aug/Sept 2004
The journey from Esperance to Bunbury, in the south-west corner of Western Australia, is a fascinating tour through a very different part of the nation.

Winding along Thunderbolt’s Way
Issue 35 June/July 2004
Thunderbolt’s Way offers a scenic route through the hilly heart of the New England tableland, which is a pleasant-paced, history-steeped alternative to the major highways traversing New South Wales.

Savannah sensations
Issue 34 April/May 2004
The Savannah Way links Australia's east and west coasts. From Cairns to Broome, its 3501 kilometres cross some spectacular country, not the least of it to be found on the Queensland leg of this wonderful journey.

Tracks of Kakadu
Issue 33 Feb/Mar 2004
Kakadu's principal attractions are linked by sealed roads, but with a sturdy 4WD, some time and a sense of adventure, there's far more to see.

Encounter the west
Issue 32 Dec 2003/Jan 2004
Head west for an outback encounter. The Darling River system threads through a vast sweep of western New South Wales, leading intrepid travellers on a historic and adventurous journey into an often-overlooked outback region stretching from Lightning Ridge to Broken Hill.

Across the top
Issue 31 Oct/Nov 2003
Water is a significant feature of a journey along the Victoria Highway from Katherine to Kununurra, the road that carries large numbers of tourists and commercial vehicles from the Top End to the Kimberley.

All the rivers run
Issue 30 Aug/Sept 2003
From the air it's obvious why this part of south-west Queensland is called the Channel Country.


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