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Outback (Australia)

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The Outback is a large region covering most of the center of Australia, including inland areas of New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.

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The Outback is a place of Australian folklore, both prior to and after European settlement.

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Stay safe

There are two very important facts to keep in mind about the Outback: it has very few inhabitants and very little water. You should observe standard safety precautions for desolate regions:

  • tell someone where you're going and when and where you should arrive; they should have instructions to raise the alarm if you do not appear soon after your intended arrival time;
  • carry immense amounts of water;
  • travel in a sturdy vehicle; and
  • have clothes that can protect against cold, as well as clothes suitable for extremely hot weather.

Keep in mind also that the Outback is very large, much larger than desert regions in most other Western countries. You could easily end up twenty hours' drive away from emergency help.

In the event of an accident, you should not leave your vehicle, as it is easier to locate from the air than a person or people on foot. You should also think about carrying a satellite phone or other means of contacting emergency services.

Royal Flying Doctor Outback Travel Information  (http://www.flyingdoctor.net/travelinfo.htm) Exploring the beauty of Australia away from the cities can be quite an adventure but we urge you to pay attention to some safety tips and general information which should make your trip more enjoyable and very importantly - safer.

Road Trains (http://www.ipe.nt.gov.au/whatwedo/roadsafety/roadtrains/pdf/brochure.pdf) Here are some important safety tips about sharing the road with Road Trains from the Northern Territory to download

NRMA Outback Tracks (http://www.mynrma.com.au/outback_tracks.asp)

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