Algebuckina Bridge - the longest rail bridge in South Australia is on the Oodnadatta Track

Algebuckina Bridge - the longest rail bridge in South Australia is on the Oodnadatta Track

The Oodnadatta Track - Our Favourite Outback - check out this complete planning guide.

Gary hamming it up at the beginning of the Oodnadatta Track, Marree, South Australia

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Algebuckina: A siding ruin near the Neales River with a permanent waterhole east of the track. One of the most impressive bridges (1889) on the old line is across the river. It is 12 metres above the river and at 578m in length, is the longest bridge ever built in South Australia.

Algebuckina: A siding ruin near the Neales River with a permanent waterhole east of the track. One of the most impressive bridges (1889) on the old line is across the river. It is 12 metres above the river and at 578m in length, is the longest bridge ever built in South Australia.

Oodnadatta Track, looking for the Pink Roadhouse

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The Oodnadatta Track | Postie Notes

travelling around Australia on a postie bike. On the road finding Big Things and letterboxes.

#Australian #Outback hero Tom Kruse's Mail Truck-used on the KILLER Back of Beyond mailrun up the #Birdsville Track!

hero Tom Kruse's Mail Truck-used on the KILLER Back of Beyond mailrun up the Track!

Abandoned railway platform and locomotives in Marree, South Australia. This is a tiny settlement with a fascinating history.

Marree is a fascinating tiny settlement on the edge of the Australian Outback - the place where the history of the inland began

Mutonia Sculpture Park - Once a railway siding on the Old Ghan Line, Alberrie Creek. The unique sculptures found here have been created by mechanic turned artist Robin Cooke who returns every winter to create a new one.

Mutonia Sculpture Park - Once a railway siding on the Old Ghan Line, Alberrie Creek. The unique sculptures found here have been created by mechanic turned artist Robin Cooke who returns every winter to create a new one.

We LOVE the #Oodnadatta Track so much we've done it 11 times. Read our complete guide: http://traveloutbackaustralia.com/oodnadatta-track.html/ #outback #Australia #SouthAustralia

We LOVE the #Oodnadatta Track so much we've done it 11 times. Read our complete guide: http://traveloutbackaustralia.com/oodnadatta-track.html/ #outback #Australia #SouthAustralia

On our great journey to the Pink Roadhouse - Oodnadatta Track

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On our great journey to the Pink Roadhouse - Oodnadatta Track

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