Author(s): John Lesley
he Outback is not a place with any definite boundary. When Australians refer to the Outback, they mean the enormous regions of the country that are far away from the sorts of services, transport and facilities that people expect to find in urban areas.
Find out who lives in the Outback, how they survive and why
they choose to live in one of the harshest but most beautiful
places on Earth.
- One of the largest wilderness regions left in the world
- Cattle stations bigger than countries
- Ancient and sparsely populated