he Outback in Australia encompasses any area with no
settlement, just nature showcasing its raw beauty,
or small settlements/towns with cattle & sheep
stations surrounding it and the inevitable Outback
pub in the town's centre or settlements of
traditional landowners, the Aborigines with their
1000s of years old culture, art & dreamtime stories.
The location of the Outback is not mapped, it is
The Outback is steeped in history with the hardy
pioneers, strong miners, stubborn farmers and famous
The Aboriginal tribes with their unique history and
culture add to the makeup of the Outback.
To experience the Outback take a 4wd tour with an
Outback Specialist. You can also explore by yourself
with a self-drive car but take supplies with you and let
someone know your itinerary, the Outback can be very
rough on the novice traveller.
Cool off in the desert heat at the gorges, waterholes,
creeks and rivers. Take guided bushwalk to be amazed at
the stunning scenery that the Outback offers. Meet
locals and listen to their stories at an Outback town
pub. Attend an Outback rodeo, you won't be disappointed.
Stay at a cattle or sheep station that caters to
tourists and experience the workings of the farm first
hand, not for the laid back traveller. Explore with a
traditional landowner the Aboriginal rock art that tells
so many stories.
It is highly recommended touring the Outback
go with a tour expert to assure a safe and very rewarding