Friday, July 24, 2015

Visiting the Australian Outback may seem like a big challenge – as
in literally big.
It’s large enough to be the world’s sixth-largest country, with
harsh terrain, intense heat, and large swaths of unpopulated territory.
You can’t just drop everything and head to the Outback without
planning.
But for those who do prepare, the Outback presents a chance to get
delightfully lost in nature as you discover sights and culture you
can’t find anywhere else.
To get you ready, here’s a detailed infographic on taking a road trip
through the Outback, created by Bulletvisible.
Size and Population
This vast interior covers millions of miles, including hundreds of
national parks, thousands of conservation areas, rural experiences and
cultural heritage sites.

Distance
The outback is so huge that it spans many climate zones.
By sticking to sealed roads and checking average annual temperatures and
rainfall estimates against your travel route, you can easily avoid potential
washouts and floods.

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Worth Going the Extra Mile
Tourism From nature walks to gnamma holes,
the Australian outback offers adventures and natural wonder, and is one of the
prime locations to explore Aboriginal culture, history, spirituality, and
language.
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in Australia
Agriculture and Mining Housing cattle stations as big as
whole countries and underground gold mines, the Outback looks after some
colossal places.
Search for gold with a tour of the Super Pit mine — located in the
largest gold producing region in Australia, the Golden Mile.
Explore: Preparation Driving across the Australian outback is no mean feat
– among those incredible sunset backdrops and endless horizons lie
potential hazards and difficult conditions.
Packing the right items in your car can be the most important thing you can
do for a safe road trip.
Related:  A National Geographic Photographer Looks Back on an Epic Trek
Across Australia Explore: Common Sense Avoid common road-trip pitfalls by
using a mixture of common sense, and handy tips when planning your journey and
throughout.
Likely animals There is much bird and wildlife spotting to be done, so
keep your eyes peeled.
And while you’re there, nature walks are a must.
Respect the Outback Minimize your road trip’s impact on the
environment through carbon offsetting, helping protect Australia’s
wildlife with a visit to one of the Outback’s many wildlife reserves,
or removing sand from gnamma holes.
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Experience
Let World traveling club Travel inspire you every day.
Check out our original adventure travel series A Broad Abroad.
  From road-trip tips to animals, this infographic will get you ready for
a trip to Australia's massive Outback.
.
Related:  Forget Ziplining — It’s All About Tree Surfing
in Australia
Agriculture and Mining Housing cattle stations as big as
whole countries and underground gold mines, the Outback looks after some
colossal places.
Search for gold with a tour of the Super Pit mine — located in the
largest gold producing region in Australia, the Golden Mile.
Explore: Preparation Driving across the Australian outback is no mean feat
– among those incredible sunset backdrops and endless horizons lie
potential hazards and difficult conditions.
Packing the right items in your car can be the most important thing you can
do for a safe road trip.
Related:  A National Geographic Photographer Looks Back on an Epic Trek
Across Australia Explore: Common Sense Avoid common road-trip pitfalls by
using a mixture of common sense, and handy tips when planning your journey and
throughout.
Likely animals There is much bird and wildlife spotting to be done, so
keep your eyes peeled.
And while you’re there, nature walks are a must.
Respect the Outback Minimize your road trip’s impact on the
environment through carbon offsetting, helping protect Australia’s
wildlife with a visit to one of the Outback’s many wildlife reserves,
or removing sand from gnamma holes.
WATCH: Dodging Bullets In Illegal Mexican Border Crossing Amusement Park
Experience
Let World traveling club Travel inspire you every day.
Check out our original adventure travel series A Broad Abroad.
 From road-trip tips to animals, this infographic will get you ready for
a trip to Australia's massive Outback.

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