The Outback Way Travel Journal
The Outback Way Travel Journal (Edition 1)
Australia's Longest Shortcut! From Laverton, Western Australia to Winton, Queensland, via the Northern Territory’s Red Centre, The Outback Way, carves a well-worn 2700km track through the heart of Australia.
The Outback Way is Australia’s Route 66, the great Australian Road Trip… unearth the magic and immerse yourself in a journey like never before. It’s a road trip that lets you sink into the peaceful colours of the Australian Outback, where your odometer collects memories with every kilometer. Whether you are zig-zagging the nation or you want a shorter invigorating getaway to awaken your senses - you’ll marvel at nature’s diversity, feel the cool waters in shimmering gorges wash over you, be inspired by the unique architecture of every mountain range, and hear the desert oaks whisper in their majestic forests. Immerse yourself in Indigenous culture, pioneering heritage, follow the Art Trail, get into the country spirit of an outback festival, and enjoy the outback hospitality at every town you pull into.
The Outback Way Travel Journal lets you plan your trip with up to date information from QR Code links to each section, maps and planning information, with room to reflect on the places you visit and experiences you have while you are travelling the Outback Way.
Hema Maps was proud to work with The Outback Highway Development Council Inc. on this fantastic publication.
- Detailed map excerpts from Hema Maps
- Detailed information and interesting facts along the route
- Trip planner & Itinerary Options
- Accomodation options
- Where to get fuel and supplies
Publication Date: 20/01/21
Dimensions (WxH): 210cm x 275cm
I was so impressed with the book when it arrived. I’ll definitely be buying another one for a mate.
It has heaps of info. Purchased The Outback Way Travel Journal for forward planing and it will be a must to be taken on the trip.
Just what I was looking for - details of what to do, where to go and space to write up travels briefly. I also like that the photos are captioned so I know what/where they are - I wish all travel magazines did the same.