The Great Central Road Track Guide covers a total distance of 1105.5km.
The Great Central Road, now part of ‘The Outback Way’, not only offers travellers a short cut from the West to Central Australia but highlights the vast desert regions of this part of the country.
Consisting mainly of Aboriginal Land, open country and spectacular mountain ranges, it has a rich heritage from early explorers such as Giles, Wells and Forrest and more recently with Len Beadell and his Gunbarrel Construction company.
With the Great Central Road slowly developing as a major pathway, having some sections of sealed road already in place, strategically located roadhouses enable welcome stops for fuel and supplies.
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 Great Central Road Track 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:
- Yulara to Uluru, 39km
- Yulara to Tjukururu Road turnoff, 48.5km (Section A)
- Tjukururu Road turnoff to Lasseter’s Cave, 140.5km (Section B)
- Lasseter’s Cave to Sandy Blight Junction Road, 65.4km (Section C)
- Sandy Blight Junction Road to Old Gunbarrel Highway, 91.2km (Section D)
- Old Gunbarrel Highway to Jamieson turnoff, 94.8km (Section E)
- Jamieson turnoff to Warburton Roadhouse, 114.5km (Section F)
- Warburton Roadhouse to Hunt Oil Road turnoff, 125km (Section G)
- Hunt Oil Road turnoff to David Carnegie Road, 136.6km (Section H)
- David Carnegie Road to Point Sunday Road, 104.7km (Section I)
- Point Sunday Road turnoff to Lake Wells Road, 100.6km (Section J)
- Lake Wells Road turnoff to Laverton, 83.7km (Section K)
NOTE: 10 pages of this guide are advertising. North does not always point up, however it is clearly marked on each map.