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11. Posted by hennaonthetrek (Respected Member 248 posts) 3w Star this if you like it!

Quoting Teoni

Unless you have a significant amount of experience off roading I think it is best to avoid desert tracks.

Well some, but on snow so that is somewhat different

Quoting Teoni

If you really want to go on desert tracks .

The desert tracks are not really the idea, Uluru is what I want to see so if it's possible to drive on decent roads it won't be an issue :)
I actually made an map on travel planner here if you are interested to take a look. I changed couple of stops doe to some tips I got here :)

Quoting Teoni

Avoid driving in the evenings as that is when the kangaroos tend to start jumping across the road and hitting one of those can be really dangerous.

Here moose and deer give same problem, and reindeers up north.

Quoting Teoni

Have you considered camping along the way? It would give you more stopping options.

I considered renting an camper van but opted not. We are going to prepare most of our meals instead of eating out and I hate the idea of doing the dishes without running water, little bit lazy of me but afterall, I will be on a holiday

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