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The Outback

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I will be travelling from Darwin to Adelaide in May (I don't know how yet!)and would like to experience 'the outback'. Is there a simple way to do this, maybe in a group? I could just get on a bus and follow the highway but I would really like to experience being out in the landscape far from all signs of civilisation.

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