The information provided within this map is derived from multiple sources including Government agencies, Transport Authorities and Forestry and National Parks administrators. Much of it also comes from private individuals.
While Outback Crossing endeavours to authenticate and verify the information contained within the map, we explicitly disclaim any representations and warranties as to the accuracy, timeliness or completeness of the map and the data and descriptive information. The end user assumes the entire risk as to the quality of the data.
Before relying on the information on this site users should carefully evaluate its accuracy, currency, completeness and relevance for their purposes, and should obtain any appropriate professional advice relevant to their particular circumstances.
Many of the locations contained within the free camping map are remote and isolated and may traverse desert regions. Travellers should research any destination carefully and ensure that their vehicle is appropriate for travelling to that particular destination and that their preparations and supplies are adequate for the environment.
Careful attention should be paid to the intended terrain and in particular, the need for a four wheel drive vehicle and additional fuel.
Where a water supply is shown to be available at a specific location it should be assumed that it may not be fit for drinking. Water taken from tanks, taps, wells, troughs, windmills and other non-regulated sources should be assumed to be rancid, and if consumption is unavoidable, then it should be boiled for ten minutes prior to drinking.
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