Travel Blogs from Ceduna, Australia

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Last stop for water, Airport Caravan Park, Ceduna, South Australia, Australia travel blog

Last stop for water

A travel blog entry by jawad

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Start of great journey across Nullarbor ...

The Nullabor, Great Australian Bight, Australia travel blog

The Nullabor

A travel blog entry by jag

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... certificates for crossing the plain - yahoo. Just After Eucla we passed over our first state border and we were now in South Australia. A little further on was the the chance to stretch the legs again and take in the sheer orange hued cliffs of the Great ...

Days Like This, Border Village, South Australia, Australia travel blog

Days Like This

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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... a lot of time on his hands. He tilted his head in the direction of the road and said we could go and walk 'into' Western Australia if we wanted to. We did want to. And so we walked right across the borderline, one foot in South Australia, the other in ...

'Not If You're White', Ceduna, South Australia, Australia travel blog

'Not If You're White'

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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... a second thought. Until today. The whole racism thing is something I'd wondered about long before I arrived in Australia. We've been in Ceduna less than a day, and already I've heard some pretty sobering words from white Australians towards ...

"Its a long way to Tipperary...!"

A travel blog entry by mattmcshane

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... drive north to Port Augusta, then straight back down again. (This will make more sense if you look at a map of Australia) Upon arrival, we quickly realised that outback Australia doesn't have much of a nightlife! We were actually lucky enough to have ...

Yalata, Yalata, Australia travel blog

Yalata

A travel blog entry by tourdeoz

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We weren't in much of a hurry this morning, in fact I don't think we left until about 10:00am, we were dreading the thought of wind, It wasn't as strong as passed days, but it was still a pain, we were now about halfway. As we were going out along the ...

History lesson today, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

History lesson today

A travel blog entry by twooldchooks

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... lane.  I've never seen so much 'stuff' in one place and all catalogued and documenting the history of Ceduna (and Australia) from the early 1900's.  I remember mum with the mincing machine attached to the kitchen bench and the ...

Preparing to cross the Nullarbor, Smoky Bay, Australia travel blog

Preparing to cross the Nullarbor

A travel blog entry by benandbethan

Stayed overnight at a caravan park so we could charge everything up and shower before heading off across the ...

Day 13 - Nundroo Roadhouse to Ceduna, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Day 13 - Nundroo Roadhouse to Ceduna

A travel blog entry by gatzby

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... us. Or maybe the good Lord was looking after us. Tonight we were back sleeping on the floor, but had tea at the Ceduna Sailing Club. Ceduna is quite a nice seaside spot, with Norfolk Is trees, a pier and grassed beach boardwalk. Mark, Yvonne and I ...

Ceduna, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Ceduna

A travel blog entry by shane-paula

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The Indian Pacific, Cook, Australia travel blog

The Indian Pacific

A travel blog entry by ickle-squirt

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The Indian Pacific Train takes 4 days to go from Perth (on the Indian Ocean) to Sydney (on the Pacific - hence the name!!) 2 of those days are taken crossing the Nullabor ...

Another day another bay, Smoky Bay, Australia travel blog

Another day another bay

A travel blog entry by rooksfamily

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Streaky Bay, Smoky Bay and next up Fowlers Bay all have long jetty's.  The towns pride themselves on their Jetty's and its use as a great fishing location.  Off the Streaky Bay pier the kids and I watched an elderly couple pull in 10 Tommy ...

The perfect place to hide from Easter Bunny!, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

The perfect place to hide from Easter Bunny!

A travel blog entry by kyser

... not bothering with the rest of the peninsula. The Easter break is pending, and the locals are heading for the coastal towns, so the main Ceduna caravan parks were full to the brim. This turned out to be a bonus, as we had to go back to the “airport ...

Ceduna, last city before the desert..., Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Ceduna, last city before the desert...

A travel blog entry by froggies

Ok that's it we are in the last city before the actual desert, if you don't get any news from us in 4 days, send thew ...

Ghost Town!!, Cook, Australia travel blog

Ghost Town!!

A travel blog entry by aussie_trip

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We made two stops along the way but thought only a few pictures of one town were required. The town is Cook. Ghost town, population: 4 people (all work in the gift shop) & 3 million flies. This town was a little freaky but hey that's what you get for ...

Ceduna, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Ceduna

A travel blog entry by paulngail

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... when we went to the top of the dunes to see in 2009. Once 2nd Jan arrived we had bought Emmas plane ride to Perth so we set off for the long journey across the 'Nullarbor' to Western Australia and discover the area before she arrived on the 12th ...

Day EIGHTY NINE, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Day EIGHTY NINE

A travel blog entry by feltham

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Leaving Cactus Beach for the short 150kms to Ceduna where we decided to stay the night so we could stock up on water and fruit and veggies after handing them over at the quarantine station. At least we did not have to open the van up to the inspector this ...

Arriving in Cook, Cook, Australia travel blog

Arriving in Cook

A travel blog entry by eddandalice

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a place in the middle of no where with only 4 people and ...

Nullabor Plain, Nullabor, Australia travel blog

Nullabor Plain

A travel blog entry by marcia_octoman

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Nullabor Plain Headed off from Venus Bay, through Ceduna to get a few supplies, then across the first stretch of the Nullabor Plain to the Nullabor Roadhouse. Stayed the night in crappy accommodation. I knew the Nullabor stretch of road was going to be ...

Stuck in Ceduna, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Stuck in Ceduna

A travel blog entry by sunshinetrekker

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... of it :(  Day 2 we set off towards the Nullarbor Plain which is a huge stretch of road that goes across southern australia.  Well, I was a wee tired from driving so much and decided to let Filippo drive.  20 min later we pulled into ...

Dubbya Eh, done dirt cheap ...!, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Dubbya Eh, done dirt cheap ...!

A travel blog entry by kyser

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... . We’d been racing the clock two days in a row, due to the time differences  as we moved from one state of Australia to the next, but the last day was the worst.   Whereas the West Australians had generously signposted the change, the ...

Day 57-58 Fowlers  Bay (NULLARBOR Stage 1 ), Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Day 57-58 Fowlers Bay (NULLARBOR Stage 1 )

A travel blog entry by millersofoz

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... were rolling down the hills and Greg joined in too. Fireworks off the jetty that night signalled the last of the celebrations for Australia Day. We plan to leave as early as possible tomorrow to make some headway on the Nullarbor and hope to make it ...

Nullarbor roadhouse, Yalata, Australia travel blog

Nullarbor roadhouse

A travel blog entry by paulngail

1st stop at start of nullarbor ...

Safely across the Nullabor, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Safely across the Nullabor

A travel blog entry by suzy_n_phil

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Just to let you all know we made it across without too many dramas, and are now heading for Adelaide. Had a brilliant trip - will update soon with all details and lots of pics..... ...

The Great Australian Bight, The Great Australian Bight, Australia travel blog

The Great Australian Bight

A travel blog entry by christine-colly

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No trees!, Cook, Australia travel blog

No trees!

A travel blog entry by kazjohn

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... and north meets south) and moved on through the bottom of South Australia.  We did stop at Kimba (claims to be halfway across Australia) and visited the big galah! The stories of the road trains are true - they are massive and are up to 3 massive ...

Bookabie, Bookabie, Australia travel blog

Bookabie

A travel blog entry by tourdeoz

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Yalata roadhouse has been shutdown for sometime now, its all boarded up, We road to Nundroo roadhouse, fairly hilly country, saw some nice old houses there, run down of course, and the remains of under ground water storage tanks used for watering stock, ...

Adelaide - Ceduna 780kms, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Adelaide - Ceduna 780kms

A travel blog entry by paulandlin

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... you want any car trouble. So we decide when we get to Ceduna to rest for a day and then begin the mammoth journey to Western Australia. There is not alot to report on Ceduna - small enough town by the sea, not a great beach and nothing really to ...

Day 56-57 Ceduna, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Day 56-57 Ceduna

A travel blog entry by millersofoz

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... needed to stay here as Greg had arranged to meet a bloke at the pub and he was to receive a call from SEN from Ceduna's Australia Day breakfast tomorrow morning. Cautiously we moved in and around the van over the next 12hrs. We found the microwave had ...

Leaving Yalata Rest Area, Ceduna, Australia travel blog

Leaving Yalata Rest Area

A travel blog entry by barbrob

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Up and away. The flies were busy again this morning but we were quick to depart so missed the worst of the "crowd". Travelled towards Ceduna and settled in. Ceduna means "a place to sit and rest". It has a multicultural population of 3,800 people. The ...

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