The small town of Ti Tree is a service centre for the surrounding Aboriginal communities, as well as for travellers on the track. The roadhouse has a well stocked general store, licensed bar and restaurant. Accomodation is available, either motel units or camping sites. The town also includes a police station, post office, school and medical clinic. The Aakai Art Gallery has local arts and crafts.

Nearby communities include Pmara Juntunta on the Hwy and Nturiya 18km dirt road off the highway.

Fuel Available: 6.00am to 10.00pm Diesel, ULP, LP, Gogas Ti-Tree Roadhouse (Ph: 08 8956 9703)

Things to See & Do

Mount Barkly: Turnoff 16km north of Ti Tree 125km dirt road leads to Willowra Community. Mount Barkly is a total of 132km requiring a turnoff 80km in near the Old Mount Peak Ruins.

Central Mount Stuart Historical Reserve: The cairn beside the road commemorates the naming of Central Mt Stuart, a hill about 12km to the north-west. Stuart believed he had reached the centre of Australia and actually named the hill Mount Sturt after his explorer friend. The ‘a’ was added at a later date perhaps due to a cartographic error but nonetheless provides a fitting tribute to the great explorer Stuart anyway.