Marree is a fascinating historic watering hole and railway town on the edge of the vast desert area of Central Australia. To the north lie the Simpson Desert and Sturt’s Stony Desert and to the north-east is the Strzelecki Desert. The vast saltpan, Lake Eyre, lies to the northwest.  Marree is a true desert settlement receiving an average annual rainfall of only 125 mm. It is located 657 km north of Adelaide via RM Williams Way. It is only 49 m above sea level and lies at the southern end of the famous Birdsville Track.