Last time I crossed the Nullarbor in 1986 there was not a lot of stopping (Melbourne to Fremantle in 53 hours) so this trip was a chance to spend some time looking around.
Some might say there is not a lot to see on the Nullarbor, but I beg to differ. Each stop we had along the way was a chance to immerse ourselves in the sights, smells and sounds. Apart from the entertainment involved in playing the Nullarbor Links we also enjoyed a few adventures and side trips to points of interest.
Also we help two young German backpackers with car trouble and met our very good friend Amanda from West Wyalong, go Amanda you are really amazing young women.
We got from Ceduna to Kalgoorlie it just under six days a bit slower than my last crossing.
must have been a nightmare surveying this road
Highway photo art
much more bight
Not bad dune east end
Not bad beach west end
There are a lot of these sort of things out there
Yes this is a real road sign, funny though all we saw for the next 92km were emus
Nice environmentally friendly surfers
This very large windmill is called Bruce, what else would you call a very large windmill
Selfie with a giant windmill
A funny little sink hole
There are lots of trees with stuff but the only one we did was the sock tree
That me in the fancy pants try to look like I know what I am doing
Us and the car that belongs German backpacking friends
A monument to a horse that kicked a gold rock. It was enough to get a town named after it. Norseman
The Balladonia Roadhouse Museum. I’m not convinced it’s a piece of Skylab