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Binns Track

Take a ten-day 4WDing journey through the Red Centre.
By Anastasia Medvedskaya
January 18, 2022
By Anastasia Medvedskaya
January 18, 2022

Buckle up outdoor adventure lovers. The Binns Track is a ten-day journey that sees you exploring jaw-dropping rock formations and visiting far-flung towns across the Red Centre. A whopping 2230 kilometres long, the track is home to some of the most adventure-laden experiences the Red Centre has to offer. It starts on the Northern Territory–South Australia border at Mount Dare and stretches up through the East MacDonnell Ranges and Tennant Creek regions all the way to Timber Creek in the Katherine region. 

Behold ancient rock carvings that serve as records of the Arrernte people, fish for barramundi, pan for semi-precious stones in gold rush towns or seek out treasure in an abandoned gold mine at Arltunga. Be mesmerised by limestone landscapes, check out boab trees or experience true blue Aussie wildlife. With something for everyone, this trek is definitely one for the photo album. You can check out the full itinerary here

Image: Steve Strike, Tourism NT

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