Even if there won't be many "5 star" facilities in the Outback, a decent bed is always waiting for you wherever you go. Of course you can always pitch your tent under the stunning canopy of stars. The Aussie night sky is often described as the 5 million star hot.
Gawler Ranges The Gawler Ranges are considered one of the best wilderness areas in the South Australian Outback. Accommodation is provided on a working sheep station. Stay at Mount Ive Station and explore a stunning region.
Flinders Ranges The Flinders Ranges offer a broad range of accommodation styles, motels, bed & breakfast, cabins, camping. Whatever your choice, I hope the Flinders Ranges Travel Tips will be helpful. This is such a wonderful area in Outback South Australia. Take your time and enjoy this gem.
Oodnadatta Track Though the Oodnadatta Track leads you into true Outback country, but this doesn't mean that you have to starve. Small towns along the track offer all the essential supplies and facilities for travellers, and of course a cold beer. Check out the Oodnadatta Track travel tips. Enjoy this unique Outback Australia experience.
Birdsville Track The Birdsville Track has not many facilities to offer. Even shady bush camping spots are rather rare along the track. In fact, the Mungerannie Roadhouse is the only watering hole for humans and their vehicles along the track. But you won't get any problems, it is not such a big distance after all. Once you arrive in Birdsville, you have access to many services this bush town offers for travellers. Check the Birdsville Track Travel Tips.
Outback Queensland When you travel along the Matilda Highway, towns like Longreach, Cloncurry and Winton offer a broad range of accommodation, pubs, tours and shopping facilities. Further south east, the tiny townships have at least a hotel, a caravan park and a petrol station. Wherever you go, you don't need to worry about basic supplies. Find detailed information on the Queensland travel tips page.