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Lonely Planet Central Australia 5th Ed.: Adelaide to Darwin Paperback – Jun 4 2009
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Much of the format of this work follows the basic LP layout so you shouldn't have any dramas finding what you want. Also the way the book follows in chronological order a one way trip through the centre of the country makes it an easily digestible work. A clutch of photographs at the start of the book add a touch of colour and all I up feel that this book - or any updated version when they get around to it - would make a good companion for anybody considering such a journey. Along with detailed road maps of course and hey, do yourself a favour and DON'T rent a 4WD as just about all the roads you'll be driving on are bitumen (I see so many tourist paying high rental fees for these gas guzzlers when you are almost certain not to need one, and they are easily rented at places like Alice Springs if you ever really really want to go somewhere that 4WD is necessary).
So that's my two cents worth!