The Outback Way - Plan Your Winter Travel Now

Thursday, Mar 05, 2015 at 13:15


The Outback Way traverses through three states; from QLD, through the NT to WA. Taking in iconic outback treks including the Plenty Highway and the Great Central Road, this is the ultimate winter 4WD trip.

ExplorOz has compiled a detailed trek note for The Outback Way, and in addition there are several products available in the ExplorOz Shop to assist you with trip planning and navigation. Please see details below:

The Outback Way Trek Note
Including a description of the trek, preparation advice, an online map showing the route and all POIs along the way, as well as text directions, and details on what to see and where to stay, this is the place to start planning your trip. Members also have access to download the navigable Trek file for use in selected navigation software, apps and GPS devices.

The Outback Way Atlas & Guide ***NO LONGER AVAILABLE***
Includes detailed strip maps for the entire route from Laverton to Winton (from the 6th edition Hema GDT maps), as well as town maps for Laverton, Yulara, Alice Springs, Boulia and Winton, this title is an indispensable companion whether you just want to make it across the Centre or are looking for a serious 4WD adventure. This guide also includes suggested itineraries and 4WD tracks linking in to the Outback Way.

Great Central Road - Outback Travellers Guide
Eleven stripmaps break the Great Central Road into identifiable sections giving travellers information on regional roads, fuel, water, landmarks, accommodation, GPS co-ordinates and much more. Each strip is accompanied by photographs of scenes along that section of track.
Also includes enlarged sections of track, track notes, elevations, specific land marks, emergency uhf radio channels, contact details and more!

The Plenty and Sandover Highways
WestPrint Heritage Maps are "more than just maps" - they gives travellers a much broader range of information designed especially for 4WD, caravan and camping. This map includes coverage of The Plenty & Sandover Highways, which allow the most direct access from Alice Springs to Boulia, Mt Isa and other parts of western Queensland. Includes notes on history, explorers, points of interest, surrounding flora and fauna and contains various photos of landmarks.

Red Centre - Alice Springs to Uluru
A regional map of the Red Centre (1:750,000), covering from Alice Springs to Uluru. Extensive travel and background information on specific regions including Alice Springs and surrounds, Larapinta Drive, West MacDonnell Ranges, East MacDonnell Ranges, the Old Ghan Route, Kings Canyon and Watarrka National Park and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Also included are maps of Alice Springs and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, with the latter also including the walking tracks available in the national park.

Are you planning travel this winter, but don't know which maps/atlases you may need? Contact us at for advice, we are here to help!
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