Travel Blogs from Nullarbor National Park, Australia

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Bunda cliffs, Nullarbor National Park SA, Australia travel blog

Bunda cliffs

A travel blog entry by rooksfamily

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... cliffs. We spent the night camping 150 metres from the edge of the Bunda cliffs and only 50km from the WA border.  It was a great Nullarbor experience with a near full moon.  Amazingly during the night there was drizzle / rain.    ...

Nullarbor plains, Nullarbor National Park, Australia travel blog

Nullarbor plains

A travel blog entry by gouda

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Pour rejoindre le Western Australia, il faut traverser les plaines de Nullarbor. Ce nom vient du latin signifie "aucun arbre". Et on constate qu'il porte bien son nom. C'est assez particulier car ce n'est pas un désert aride, il y a des buissons, mais ...

Nullarbor Road, Nullarbor National Park, Australia travel blog

Nullarbor Road

A travel blog entry by walkaboutons

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... - Kilomètres parcourus : 550 kilomètres - Chanson phare :My Heart goes boom. French Affair. Album inconnu - Paysage : Nullarbor en aborigène signifie « sans arbre » : on comprend pourquoi. - Animal : un dingo (à ...

Across The Border To See The Whales, Nullarbor National Park, Australia travel blog

Across The Border To See The Whales

A travel blog entry by oberon

... the see-saw and very tall slide as well as the tractor. A whale and boat added to the park equipment. Eucla was once the busiest telegraph station in Australia beyond the capital cities opening in 1877 and linking WA to the rest of the country and the ...

A long, long way to WA, Nullarbor National Park, Australia travel blog

A long, long way to WA

A travel blog entry by aitkenadventure

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... little luxuries). However, NO WATER! as it is too expensive to transport. DAY 4: We thought the Nullarbor was a long boring drive but today we travelled along Australia's longest stretch of straight road (146.6km)!! OH MY!!!! Tick that one off the list ...

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