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Right next to the roadhouse about 10km to get to on dirt road - dry weather only. Access to all 3 caves is permitted though only the third one you can safely walk in to. It will take some time to see them all -...More
Or Nullarbor in Latin pretty well explains it I think ? A very different National Park to what most are used to as it is mainly completely flat , covered in small scrub & salt bush with the occasional clump of dwarf trees and bordered...More
A trip through the Nullarbor National Park is simply a wonderful experience.
The whole area is nature at its best, showcasing the contrast of the start plains the the rugged red coastal cliffs, Snow White sand and crystal clear blue water.
An experience of a...More
When you tell your friends that you will be travelling over the Nullarbor, they might imagine that this is the stretch from Norseman to Eucla... how wrong they would be.
It is only west of the town of Nullarbor to a couple of km east...More
Not your normal idea of a NP with next to no vegetation, limited wildlife & definitely no trees ! But still awe inspiring in its breadth and the views from the towering cliff tops is humbling. In season you get the added bonus of Whales...More
The hike along the coastline really expends your horizon, there are vegetation covering the cliffs and seashells can be found in the soil. Certain spot you could spot whales pending on the seasons, or dolphins if you are lucky. It is a quite nice hike,...More