Lasseter Highway is a drive worth taking in Australia
Lasseter Highway (A4) is the name of a very scenic drive located in the heart of the southern region of the Northern Territory, Australia.
The road is totally paved. It’s 244 km (152 mi) long, running west-east from Yulara/Mutitjulu to the Stuart Highway at Ghan/Erldunda. The road features steep sections, topping out at 506m (1,660 ft) above the sea level. It offers great views of Mount Conner, also known as Attila and Artilla.
Part of the 2.800 km (1,740 mi) long Outback Highway (or Outback Way), the highway is named after Lewis Hubert Lasseter. It is an easy drive on a fully sealed road. Plan about 3 hours to complete the drive without any stop.
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