Oodnadatta

Oodnadatta is a small town in South Australia.

Get in

Oodnadatta is situated around 200km from the Stuart Highway along the Oodnadatta Track. The track is unsealed, but the road to Oodnadatta is usually traversable by 2WD vehicle.

Get around

The town itself is small enough to walk around. Parking is no problem either.

See

The abandoned station at Oodnadatta

The Ghan railway line used to pass through and stop in Oodnadatta. The railway line now bypasses the town but the old station is largely preserved and is a museum. The old rail line runs (for the most part) way out to the desert it is advised not to stray too far. The Oodnadatta Track, Australia is an unsealed 620 kilometre track between Marree and Marla via Oodnadatta in South Australia. It passes the southern lake of the Lake Eyre National Park. Take note, that most of the lakes around, are mere dry saltbeds.

Eat

The town provides a selection of both pub food and roadhouse food. You choose.

Drink

The nightlife in Oodnadatta won't keep you dancing all night, but you will have no problems getting a beer.

Sleep

A selection of camping, caravan parks and basic motel accommodation exists.

The Pink Roadhouse is a feature of the town, and offers accommodation, fuel, food, spare parts, and general advice.

Go next

Down the track a couple of hundred kilometres to William Creek and Lake Eyre, or up the track to the Stuart Highway at Marla and on to Alice Springs.

Routes through Oodnadatta

Marree William Creek  W  E  Marla


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