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A freshly graded track makes for a smooth run down the dirt 750km Oodnadatta Track.With countless floodway’s with rocks to rip up your sump, the Oodnadatta Track is still best driven in a high clearance vehicle
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So inviting Joe!You have captured the essence of the outback so well!
The great Aussie outback…no place in the world compares with this. I was on this track about 25 years ago (I was 9 at the time!) and not old enough to appreciate the stark beauty surrounding it. Thanks for sharing this Joe!
Thanks for commenting Neil and Angela, I have driven the track a couple of times always discovering new features along the way.
lovely composition, Joe, you ,have a way with the outback and you landscapes!!
Great composition Joe. Haven’t been that way for years – your images make me eager to return :-)
Amazing landscape Joe, nothing like that here in the UK!
You’ve reminded me of the taste of the dust with this one…….and I like it. Thanks.
This is beautiful, and I love that name, Oodnadatta.I’m probably butchering it, but I love the way it rolls off my tongue.
Joe, this just looks like a great adventurous drive to me!!! Beautiful vista and sky! I can see the dust building a cloud behind you as you travel this road! Looks like a great place to discover new things along the way!
Hi Ruth,It is a wonderful adventure trip, the track follows the Old Ghan Railway sites,with relics of bridges, railway track ruins,stone siding buildings of all types and past community settlements….and dust:-)
– Joe Mortelliti
I have to tell you Joe…….I would love this adventure and enjoy driving it and exploring all these things of which you mention! It would be a great day!
If you decide to do it, you need to allow 2 or 3 night camps along the way.Camping at Coward Springs and North Creek at least along the way.