Crossing the Nullarbor - Australia
Travel guide and general information for the region between Norseman in WA to Ceduna in SA,
plus exclusive merchandise, clothing, DVD's, books & collectables.
An internationally recognised 'Iconic Journey of Australia'
Do it by train, car or bicycle, but do it at least once. The Nullarbor Plain is the ultimate trans-Australia experience.
From Ceduna SA to Norseman WA
The Nullarbor Plain is part of the area of flat, almost treeless, arid or semi-arid country of southern Australia, located on the Great Australian Bight coast with the Great Victoria Desert to its north.
It is the world's largest single exposure of limestone bedrock, and occupies an area of about 200,000 square kilometres (77,000 sq mi).
At its widest point, it stretches about 1,100 kilometres (684 mi) from east to west across the border between South Australia and Western Australia.
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Disclaimer: The information provided on this web site is for use as a guide only.
If you are planning to undertake this trip YOU MUST SEEK OUT other authorative advice and information.
Travelling across Australia is a very exciting adventure, you will see things and visit places that have their own unique attractions and risks.
For example when playing on the sand dunes at Fowlers Bay or at various other sand dune spots, understand the risks involved, how the dunes move over night, understand sand avalanches can occur...also check out the other side of the crest ridge before sandboarding so you dont end up in a situation you cannot get out of...
Understand where and how to seek assistance if you get into difficulty, understand assistance may be hours away.
When visiting Bunda Cliffs... DO NOT get to close too the top edge of the Cliff Face as the ledge might crumble and fall 200 feet down,
understand your limitations when visiting caves and the dangers posed and do not enter unless you have a permit or know what you are doing
for example the risks involved when climbing down and getting in/out of the Cave system
Outback travel can be a very exciting journey but it also can be very hazardous especially off road and in remote and isolated areas.
When going 'Off Road' and 'Remote' from the main National 1 Highway your trip should only be undertaken after
lengthy and careful planning, plus having plenty of water, fuel, food, working communication devices etc and people know where you are going.
Understand the distances between fuel stops by ringing ahead and checking with the roadhouses, cattle stations and visitor centres - that what you want is at the next stop.
Understand the weather patterns and the various seasons Australia has...and take clothing that suits the climate and conditions at the time of your trip,
understand your vehicle and its capabilities and how to repair it plus have spare tyres (Min 2 extra)
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You are responsible for your own actions.