The Outback Travellers Series Two covers Central Australia up to the Top End of Northern Territory. Alice Springs to Boulia Track Guide covers a total distance of 814km.
The link between Central Australia and Outback Queensland is provided by the Plenty and Donohue Highways.
This stretch of road was first built to allow cattle stations a means of transporting beef through road train access.
The Plenty/Donohue highways are a long pathway through open plains, cattle stations and aboriginal communities. Several rivers and creeks which form the channel country need to be crossed through this diversity of country from red sand and clay to bulldust and gravel.
The Sectioned Maps will help you find everything of interest along the Track and point out potential road cautions in advance, supported by visual references, for the benefit of your safety.
Using photography, track notes and mapping, the Outback Travellers Alice Springs to Boulia Guide is a companion to sheet maps, offering a closer look at what is out there, where to find it and how to get there safely.
Map Guides include:
- Alice Springs to Trephina Gorge, 74.2km
- Alice Springs to The Gemtree, 109.7km (Section A)
- Trephina Gorge turnoff to Ross River, 11.9km, and Arltunga Hotel, 38.1km
- Gemtree to Mt Eagle Beak Community, 104.6km (Section B)
- Arltunga Hotel to Ruby Gap, 39.4km
- Mt Eagle Beak Community to Jervois Homestead, 103.6km (Section C)
- Arltunga Hotel to Stuart Highway, 126.6km
- Jervois to Marqua Homestead Turnoff, 112.5km (Section D)
- Boulia to Bedourie, 193.4km
- Marqua Homestead Turnoff to Tobermorey Homestead, 89.7km (Section E)
- Bedourie to Birdsville, 187.2km
- Tobermorey Homestead to Glenormiston Homestead Turnoff, 126.5km (Section F)
- Bedourie to Birdsville Flood Bypass, 105.9km
- Glenormiston Homestead Turnoff to Boulia, 124.4km (Section G)
NOTE: 7 pages of this guide are advertising. North does not always point up, however it is clearly marked on each map.