Located at the crossroads of the Strzelecki and
Oodnadatta Track, about 605 km
north of Adelaide, Lyndhurst is a historic old railway town.
life as a railway siding when construction of the Port Augusta - Government Gums
line was started in 1878. With the movement of traffic along that line,
Lyndhurst also became the railhead for cattle from the north-east, a short route
to the previous walk along the Strzelecki Track to Farina.
Flinders Ranges Research - Lyndhurst
You can contact the RAA or visit the local information centre for more advice
on travelling safely through outback South Australia.