Road Photos & Information: Northern Territory
  Lasseter Highway (State Route 4)

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The highway is named after Lewis Hubert (Harold Bell) Lasseter, who claimed to have discovered a fabulously rich gold reef (Lasseter's Reef) west of Kata Tjuta. The route forms a road link known as the 'Outback Way' or 'Outback Highway' linking Laverton in Western Australia with Winton in South-West Queensland, via Alice Springs and Ulura/Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory. 1

History:

Yulara to Erldunda   Erldunda to Yulara
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AD Sign:
Advance directional sign approaching Lasseter Hwy from Tjukaruru Road at Yulara, looking southeast. September 2008.

Image © Kate Pilling

  Entering Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park:
Lasseter Hwy (SR4) as it enters the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park at Petermann, November 2016.

Image © Paul Rands

Intersection Directional Signs:
ID sign assembly facing traffic from Tjukaruru Road at Yulara, near Uluru. September 2008.

Image © Kate Pilling

     
Intersection Directional Signs:
ID sign on Lasseter Highway at the intersection with Tjukaruru Road at Yulara, with Uluru in the distance. September 2008.

Image © Kate Pilling

     
Distance Sign:
Eastbound distance sign after the Luritja Road intersection in the locality of Petermann, September 2008.

Image © Kate Pilling

     
Advance Directional Sign:
Eastbound AD sign approaching Stuart Hwy (NH87) at Erldunda. September 2008.

Image © Kate Pilling

     

1 Australian Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development & Local Government
2 NT Deparment of Infrastructure
3 Northern Territory Treasury

Last updated: 05-Nov-2018 20:53

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