Drive a cow through the desert on the 2007 Great Australian Outback Cattle Drive. Drive 300 kilometres to deliver the mail on the Mail Run to Oodnadatta. Drive a golf ball over a grassless fairway in Coober Pedy. Drive along the iconic Birdsville Track from Birdsville to Marree.
The South Australian Outback is big. It’s weird. It’s wonderful. And with a host of welcoming towns in the middle of nowhere, it’s like nothing you’ll ever experience again. At 700,000 square kilometres, it stretches to the state’s borders with the Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales (although of course it doesn’t stop there). Its biggest lake (Lake Eyre) is 10 times the size of Singapore. Its longest fence (the Dog Fence) stretches 5,300 kilometres to the Queensland coast. Its biggest cattle station (Anna Creek) is 24,000 square kilometres
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