Googs track

Googs Track starts approximately 30 km north of Ceduna, and is about 170 km long, crossing roughly 370 sand ridges. The track runs one way (from south to north) through Yumbarra Conservation Park and Yellabinna Regional Reserve within the Eyre and Far West national parks region,

Goog’s Track is named after John (Goog) Denton who got the nickname “Goog” since he used to sell eggs. Goog had a property called Lone Oak just north of Ceduna and had the idea of making a road from his property through to railway siding at Tarcoola in 1976.