The Outback Way stretches right across Australia from Laverton, Western
Australia in the west to Winton, Queensland in the east, via central Australia
and covering some 2,800 km. This spectacular self-drive route can be further
extended from Perth on WA's western coast to Cairns, on Queensland east coast.
As a self-drive route this spectacular drive passes through Central Australia,
passing iconic attractions such as Uluru and Kata-Tjuta. The heart of Australia
is Alice Springs that provides access to a great number of natural attractions
and smorgasbord of festivals and events.
The Outback Way is made up of seven inter-connecting roads including The Great
Central Road (WA); Tjukaruru Road, Lasseter Highway, Stuart Highway and Plenty
Highway (NT); and Donohue Highway and Min Min Byway (QLD). Collectively these
are THE OUTBACK WAY.