The Oodnadatta Track, Australia is an unsealed 620 km (385 mi) outback road between Marree and Marla via Oodnadatta in South Australia. Along the way, the track passes the southern lake of the Lake Eyre National Park, and the outback settlements of
William Creek and Oodnadatta. The track follows a traditional Aboriginal trading route. It provides travellers with stunning semi-desert scenery. Remnants of the many railway sidings and bridges, the ruins of railway buildings, and Overland Telegraph repeater stations are located along the track - some of the best preserved are the Coward Springs Campground - complete with natural artesian spa and Curdimurka. Today, the Oodnadatta Track roughly follows the former railway line as far north as Oodnadatta, and then turns to the west, meeting the sealed Stuart Highway at Marla.
Oodnadatta Track , Anna Creek, 5723, Αυστραλία
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