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Lake Ifould, on the way to Maralinga. Nice place to stop for a lunch on the way up. ... See MoreSee Less

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Maralinga Road north of the railway line, looking East.

This gives you an idea of the road surface. This is at the "jumpup", which takes you onto a limestone plateau. Probably the roughest part of the trip, from the Watson-Maralinga Road to the railway and then 20 odd km the other side.

Take it easy and you'll pull a normal caravan to the village no worries. Just make sure your vehicle has a bit of clearance.😊
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The 100th anniversary of the completion of the Trans Australian Railway line will occur on 17th October, 2017. See you at Watson SA ... See MoreSee Less

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Railway Centenary: The first sod was turned at Port Augusta on 14 September 1912, the beginning of five years of arduous construction work across the Nullarbor desert. Under the auspices of the newly established Commonwealth Railways, teams worked simultaneously from both ends of the line. They met four kilometres west of Ooldea, a small settlement in South Australia, on 17 October 1917, joining up some 1,690 kilometres of glistening metal track.

Extra tours running.
www.maralingatours.com.au/bookings/
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