|The Strzelecki Track (blue and white) and the old part of the track at the northern end|
|Length||472 km (293 mi)|
|Northeast end||Cordillo Downs Road|
Innamincka, South Australia
|Southwest end||The Outback Highway|
Lyndhurst, South Australia
|Fuel supply||Lyndhurst, Innamincka, Cameron Corner|
Strzelecki Track is a mostly unsealed outback track in South Australia, linking Innamincka to Lyndhurst.
In 1870, the 472-kilometre (293-mile) track was pioneered by stockman, drover and cattle thief Harry Readford. He stole 1,000 head of cattle from a remote cattle station in Queensland. He drove them down the track, and sold them at Blanchewater Station. He then fled to Adelaide. Pastoralists then used the track as a stock route in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 
After gas was discovered by Santos in the 1960s, it started carrying more traffic as a route to Moomba. Some sections were sealed.
The track links Innamincka to Lyndhurst through the Strzelecki Desert. It is mostly unsealed, but with a few short sealed sections to facilitate overtaking. It is passable to conventional vehicles during the dry season, although caution is required.
The track is prone to flooding after heavy rains. At other times the surface can be corrugated, with loose stones and dust.
The Strzelecki Track is linked with the Birdsville Track via the Walkers Crossing Track. It is closed in summer and only traversable in dry weather.
A shorter route is available via a public access road between Moomba and Innamincka, making the distance 458 kilometres (285 miles).
A number of isolated heritage-listed sites are located nearby to the Strzelecki Track:
- Tinga Tingana Homestead Ruins
- Gray's Tree
- Well and Whim, Coochilara Waterhole, Merty Merty Station
- Old Mulga Bore, Merty Merty Station
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- ^ "Well and Whim, Coochilara Waterhole, Merty Merty Station". South Australian Heritage Register. Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. Archived from the original on 12 March 2016. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
- ^ "Horse Capstan, Pump & Well, Old Mulga Bore, Merty Merty Station". South Australian Heritage Register. Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. Archived from the original on 11 March 2016. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
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