Probably the most remote highway in Australia, this rugged 429 km gravel road between Halls Creek and Kununurra snakes back and forth several times across the Western Australian and Northern Territory border, rejoining the Savannah Way (Highway 1) to the east of Lake Argyle.
It offers spectacular outback scenery. The Duncan can be rough and is especially subject to flooding. A 4 Wheel Drive vehicle, fitted out with a full offroad kit is recommended. Please check road conditions in advance of travel. 4WD vehicles is recommended.
Places to visit along the Duncan Hwy: (distance in kms from Halls Creek)
China Wall - 6km
Caroline Pool - 15km
Old Halls Creek (Old Town) - 16km
Pioneer Cemeteries - 16km
Lake Komaterpillar - 29km
Brockman's Hut & Mount Bradley Mine - 35km
Palm Springs - 45km
Saw Pit Gorge - 52km
Ringer Soak (Kundat Djaru) - 120km to the turn off then 52km
Marella Gorge - 151km
There are no facilities or fuel centres for the length of the 443 kilometre road.