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Nullarbor Plain

Submitted by: 4WD Tracks
26 Nov 2010
Location: WA & SA (0) Comments
The vast Nullarbor Plain is the world's largest limestone karst landscape. It's a worthy drive, and a long one. Along the way there is much to see such as the spectacular Bunda Cliffs and Nullarbor Caves. While well travelled, there are sections both good and rough where limestone can play havoc. Avoid all travel after rain.
  • Best travelled: March to October
  • Start and finish point: Kalgoorlie - Glendambo
  • Total distance: 1400km
  • Approx time to cover: At least 4 to 5 days
  • Longest distance between fuel supplies: Forrest to Glendambo (761km)
  • Availability of other supplies: Kalgoorlie, Forrest, Glendambo
  • Rating: Easy
  • Permits required and contacts: Depending on your route and diversions you may need to organise permits for access through Aboriginal lands
- Department of Indigenous Affairs, WA: phone (08) 9235 8000

With thanks to Tracks 4WD Australia Magazine
Photo thanks to Tourism Western Australia

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