Permits

 

Ngaanyatjarra Council

www.ngaanyatjarra.org.au

 

Maralinga Tjarutja

www.maralingatjarutja.com

 

Woomera Test Range

www.defence.gov.au/woomera

 

National parks (South Australia)

www.environment.sa.gov.au/parks/Find_a_Park

 

Sundry

Maps

www.hemamaps.com.au

 

Weather

www.bom.gov.au

 

Bushfires

www.firewatch.landgate.wa.gov.au/landgate_firewatch_public.asp

Tours and tourist offices

www.maralingatours.com.au (Maralinga tours)

www.laverton.wa.gov.au (Laverton tourist office)

www.cooberpedy.sa.gov.au/tourism (Coober Pedy tourist office)

Blogs

Sharkcaver.blogspot.com.au: April 2017 blog by Sharkcaver on travel between Laverton and Coober Pedy

mottleytravellers.com/anne-beadell-highway-experience: 2017 blog by the Mottley Travellers covering the length of the Anne Beadell Highway

 

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Ilkurlka partially reopens!

As of 15 August 2020 Ilkurlka will reopen to travellers whose journey commences in Western Australia. This follows the relaxation of the WA remote Aboriginal communities regulations for Ilkurlka (although restrictions remain in place for other communities).

Given our limited stocks of PPE we would appreciate travellers bringing their own face masks if possible. We can supply hand sanitiser and disposable gloves at the roadhouse. The spread of COVID19 to our remote communities is still a major concern.

For travellers heading from Western Australia to South Australia along the Anne Beadell Highway, permits are required in South Australia from Maralinga Tjarutja, the Woomera Defence Area, Mamungari conservation park and Tallaringa conservation park . A permit is also required for travel between Yeo and Yamarna along the Anne Beadell Highway in Western Australia. Please see the travel tab for links on applying for these permits.

Please note that Ilkurlka will not be accessible from the east because of the WA border closure. The border is being monitored and the WA police will take action if anyone crosses the border from the east without having a permit issued by the WA government.

Penalties for illegally crossing the WA border from the east are severe – up to a $50,000 fine and/or twelve month’s imprisonment.

 

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