What is another word for the outback?

Pronunciation: [ðɪ ˈa͡ʊtbak] (IPA)

The outback is a vast and untamed region of Australia that is known for its rugged terrain, sparse population, and unique wildlife. Synonyms for the outback include bush, the wilderness, remote areas, the hinterland, and the backcountry. These terms all refer to areas that are located far from populated areas and are characterized by harsh living conditions and extreme environmental conditions. The outback is a place of great natural beauty where visitors can experience the simple pleasures of life, such as star gazing, camping, and exploring the great outdoors. Whether you call it the outback, the bush, or the wilderness, it remains a unique and fascinating part of Australia that is well worth exploring.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with The outback

  • Ten years ago I was not heavily involved in the film world but on reflection it was a boom time with the mineral boom happening, so there was immense growth for industrial training films, documentaries to do with the mining, and the outback world.
    Ann Macbeth
  • The natural hoof, like natural locomotion, is what nature has intended for the hooves of the modern horse. The natural shaped hoof found among wild horses in the outback is nothing less than a structural masterpiece; it has no rivals among domesticated horses anywhere.
    Jaime Jackson
  • Actually, like the vast majority of Australians, I had been born and raised in a city, but in the British imagination at that time the whole of Australia was still the outback, which was somehow equipped with a beach. Later on, this outback beach acquired an Opera House and a row of brick bungalows, one of them occupied by Kylie Minogue.
    Clive James

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