External links for research
Removed the following per our external links policy, but they may be good for research:
- Royal Flying Doctor Outback Travel Information Exploring the beauty of Australia away from the cities can be quite an adventure but we urge you to pay attention to some safety tips and general information which should make your trip more enjoyable and very importantly - safer.
- Road Trains Here are some important safety tips about sharing the road with Road Trains from the Northern Territory to download
- NRMA Outback Tracks
Hypatia 17:53, 25 September 2006 (EDT)
This district doesn't make sense, as it bridges multiple states. We have to merge this article into the relevant states and let this one redirect somewhere. Globe-trotter 22:08, 22 December 2009 (EST)
- No, the Outback is a region that needs its own article. Especially important are the safety warnings. If you want a precedent for a region bridging several states, look at the various regions of the USA: South_(United_States_of_America), New England, Mid-Atlantic etc. I have changed it back.184.108.40.206 10:10, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
- That comparison doesn't quite work—Mid-Atlantic contains states, while Outback cuts across them. That is, it doesn't fit into our Wikitravel:Geographical hierarchy.
- That said, as long as we acknowledge that it's an extra-hierarchical region, it shouldn't do any harm. And there is useful travel writing here, so it's not as though someone created a blank region outline that serves no purpose. --Peter Talk 10:28, 3 May 2010 (EDT)