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The Nullarbor

The Nullarbor is more famous for the things that aren’t there than the things that are. There are no hills, for example. Nor are there many trees. 1,701 more words


The Nullarbor. A long road

You must make maps tell you how to get to the town on the other side “in more then 500kms turn left” just 1124kms until you turn off that looong road. 630 more words

Driving across the Nullar-bore

After a relaxing night in Salmon Gums we were ready to take on the longest two days of driving of the whole trip, travelling across the Nullarbor Plain. 539 more words


The Bright Side of the Nullarbor

It’s 2am, and deep in the dunes at the eastern end of the Nullarbor, a lone tent is being battered by howling winds and drifting sand. 1,825 more words


Murra-wi-jinie Caves - Nullarbor

At the Nullarbor Roadhouse, that sits roughly midway between Ceduna and Eucla on the Eyre Highway, you can turn north and take a dry-weather dirt track for about 10k’s to the Murra-wi-jinie caves. 1,191 more words


Another Day On The Nullarbor

It’s New Years Day in the Australian outback town of Ceduna. The locals are drinking beer in the 42 degree heat. I sit on the roads edge swatting blowflies and trying to study the map. 433 more words