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Welcome to the Shire of Laverton Discover the Outback Spirit Nestled in the far Northern Goldfields of Western Australia, Laverton is a small town with many hidden surprises
- Tjukayirla Roadhouse
Current Conditions Information Updated 01 09 2018 Road Condition Laverton to roadhouse OPEN to ALL vehicles From Laverton for 150km to Yamarna Rd(Gold Rd)corrugated due to extra traffic because of developing gold mine 150 kms from there to here road is in good condition, but drive with care
- Wiluna Information and Flight Schedule with Skippers Aviation
Destination Information Wiluna covers an enormous area of some 184,000 square kilometres, which is predominantly a mining and pastoral area The weather conditions are very harsh in the area with average rainfall of approximately 250mm (10 inches) per annum and extreme temperature variations between summer (over 40 degrees) and winter (below freezing)
- Welcome to Ngaanyatjarra Council | Ngaanyatjarra Council
Governance: The Ngaanyatjarra Council is the principal governance organisation in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands The Ngaanyatjarra Council’s administrative base is located in Alice Springs The third week of each month, the Ngaanyatjarra Council hosts both a general meeting for all members and a Board of Directors meeting
- Great Victoria Desert, Australia - The Largest Desert In . . .
About the Great Victoria Desert Size and Location The Great Victoria is the largest Australian desert Its size is 424,400 km 2 (163,900 miles 2) according to most sources (though I've seen anything between 348,750 km 2 134,655 miles 2 and 250,000 miles 2) If the last number is correct then the Great Victoria Desert in Australia is the third largest desert in the world, after the Sahara and
- Gunbarrel Highway @ ExplorOz Treks
Western Australia, Western Deserts, Gunbarrel Highway The Gunbarrel Hwy is one of Australia's most famous roads being the first of many desert tracks built by surveyor Len Beadell Today, this track remains isolated and remote for experienced desert travellers only
- Outback Australia: Do You Need a 4WD? - Travel Guide to . . .
Every month we get emails from travellers astounded at the price of car hire in outback Australia They come to us begging for a solution to their dilemma: they want to hire a 4WD to see the outback and they can’t believe how expensive it is Sadly, most of these people are planning to visit Ayers Rock or Alice Springs – and you don’t need a 4WD for either