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Crossed the Nullarbor

In only 3 days

sunny 24 °C

Tail wind behind us blowing us accross and armed with audio CD's. It was so easy, weather was great and road conditions were also fantastic. Accommodation was the right price - free (road side accommodation both nights) that was a 100 m distance from the "Grey Highway". Big Bertha did us proud with her wonderful ensuite so we weren't "stinky. Ït was far easier than we antisipated. Next stop will be Streaky Bay for one week.

Tony viewing the coastline at the border of WA & SA

Tony viewing the coastline at the border of WA & SA

coastline on the Nullarbor

coastline on the Nullarbor

The next night was just as good a spot as the first night. We look for the road side stops that don't allow big rigs as sometimes they are refridgeration vans that don't turn off all night so they keep you awake. Also big rigs get on the road at dawn, just a little too early for us. The time is a little confusing as we lost 3 hours along the way.

2nd night accomodation on the Nullarbour

2nd night accomodation on the Nullarbour

The Nullarbor crossing was nothing much, very overated as the roads in outback Qheensland, NT and the top of WA are far more remote and desert.
We are off to Ceduna for Big Fat Oysters, apparently the best in Aus.

Posted by anne.muld 18:28 Archived in Australia

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Hi Ann & Tony
Lenny & Marg are thrilled to bits about your adventure and love your Xmas card they wish you a safe journey and would love to catch up when you get back
lots of love
cousin Deb
xo

by Deb Brown (mcpherson)

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