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Port Augusta, Australia
Found in Southern Australia, Port Augusta is located 42 miles (68 km) northeast of Iron Knob. Known as the “Crossroads of Australia”, this city is the southern gateway to the Northern Territory. Whether travellers are just passing through or staying a few days, this city has many attractions and activities to see and explore.
Port Augusta Attractions
- Wadlata Outback Centre
- Water Tower Lookout
- Old Great Western Bridge
Port Augusta Activities
- Join the Flinders & Outback Water Cruises and Day Tours for an adventure
- Enjoy the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden
- Ride the Pichi Richi Railway
Port Augusta Climate
Port Augusta has a warm desert climate with temperatures that do not change much throughout the year. The average daily temperature during the hottest month of January is around 90°F (32°C). Even though temperatures can be a bit warm, the water tends to keep things nice and cool.
Getting There & Around
With its location on the tip of Spencer Gulf, Port Augusta can be reached by plane, train or automobile. It is the place where major highways from the Northern Territory, Western Australia, Victoria and New South Wales converge.
Upon arrival, there are passenger transfers that offer tours through many charter companies. There are also rental cars and public bus services that can be used to traverse the city as well as surrounding areas.
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An Oasis in the Outback, the Majestic Apartments excites all its guests, whether visiting for business or leisure purposes. GeneralThe property features a stunning pool and entertaining area, so... More
Port Augusta BIG4 Holiday Park is the leading holiday park in town. Set on 4 hectares of grounds with large shady trees, the park caters exclusively for tourists. Relax in our spacious, clean,... More