We only did a part of the track, from Marree to William Creek. At William Creek we took the track to Coober Pedy.
Due to the remains of the old railroad ro Alice Springs. There are lots of photo opportunities along the way. The are old buildings for the railroad and old telegraph buildings.
The track is easy to do (as descibed in the previous review). However I would advise caution at any time as the road can change significantly after rain. Make sure you inform yourself about the local road conditions wherever you start on this track. The locals will be a good source of information.
Although this was one of the easiest outback tracks we did it is adviseable to make sure your car is in good condition, you bring plenty of water / food and bring extra fuel. If something happens then you could have to wait for a while for someone to pass by you, especially if you get stuck on one of the side tracks.
It is a great way to experience the outback without too many challenges.
FYI the track to Coober Pedy is less interesting as the Oodnadatta track itself.
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