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is a remote town in outback , right on the edge of the Simpson Desert.
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is an village of about 1200 people in Central West , about 960 km from .
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is in , in the westernmost part of the state.
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is a town in South Western . It is part of Murweh Shire.
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is a town in . The copper mines of quickly made this town one of the most prosperous in the Outback.
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is a ghost town in southwest . Once a busy rail town with 270 people, today all that remain are four residents, three buildings and the grave of a small child.

is a town of 1,500 people in south-western .
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is a small town in South Western . The town centre is a few kilometres from the Paroo River, and it is the second largest town in Paroo Shire after .
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is a town in south western . It is very much on the trail of Henry Lawson, who wrote about the town.
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There is no public transportation in . A car while not being essential to enjoy a trip to the town, may make the experience more pleasant.
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There is car hire with the Budget and Avis in the city centre, or they will meet bookings at the airport.
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is a town in south western .

There are several pubs along Elderslie street, including Tattersall's, The North Gregory Hotel, and The Australian Hotel, that offer reasonable food and accommodation.
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is an outback opal mining town in South Western .

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