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ENTER at your own risk. These rail journeys take their passengers into Australia's most hostile and remote areas.
The good news is that you won't need to pack your Crocodile Dundee knife and swag. In fact, these rail journeys allow their passengers to experience Australia's most remote and hostile lands from a position of comfort and safety.
From crossing Queensland's isolated outback to discovering coastal hideaways in Tasmania, they're a journey in themselves and detailed in a new travel book called Great Rail Journeys of Australia by Rodney Avery.
But be prepared for an adventure through lands that show no mercy - where ill-prepared tourists can very quickly find themselves in life-threatening predicaments.
Welcome to Australia's 'tracks to nowhere'.
Here's a taste of what these train journeys offer ...
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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