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The '''Stuart Highway''' is the [[highway]] from [[Darwin]] to [[Adelaide]], with a bloody long 2800 km dull drive across the desert. Highlights along the 5 day route are pretty much limited to Uluru (Ayers Rock), [[Australia]]s most famous tourist trap.
 
The '''Stuart Highway''' is the [[highway]] from [[Darwin]] to [[Adelaide]], with a bloody long 2800 km dull drive across the desert. Highlights along the 5 day route are pretty much limited to Uluru (Ayers Rock), [[Australia]]s most famous tourist trap.
Turn into Highway 4 at the ''Ghan'' [[gas station]], its a 1 day detour (~300km each way). Avoid the Dirt road to south of Hugh towards Highway 4, unless you have a really robust 4WD.
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Turn into Highway 4 at the ''Ghan'' [[petrol station hitchhiking|gas station]], its a 1 day detour (~300km each way). Avoid the Dirt road to south of Hugh towards Highway 4, unless you have a really robust 4WD.
  
Don't miss the Mataranka thermal pools 100km south of Katherine for a refreshing bath. Also, getting closer to [[Darwin]] are the turnoffs for both Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks.  
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Don't miss the Mataranka thermal pools 100km south of Katherine for a refreshing bath. Also, getting closer to [[Darwin]] are the turnoffs for both Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks.
  
 
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Revision as of 02:21, 8 October 2011

The Stuart Highway is the highway from Darwin to Adelaide, with a bloody long 2800 km dull drive across the desert. Highlights along the 5 day route are pretty much limited to Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australias most famous tourist trap. Turn into Highway 4 at the Ghan gas station, its a 1 day detour (~300km each way). Avoid the Dirt road to south of Hugh towards Highway 4, unless you have a really robust 4WD.

Don't miss the Mataranka thermal pools 100km south of Katherine for a refreshing bath. Also, getting closer to Darwin are the turnoffs for both Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks.