Far West Coast & Nullarbor

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Far West Coast & Nullarbor

The Far West Coast & Nullarbor is one of the most contrasting, dramatic and isolated regions in the Eyre Peninsula. 

The journey will begin in the Seaside town of Ceduna, this multicultural town well known for it’s King George Whiting and annual Oysterfest Festival, which celebrates the mouth watering Oysters produced in the waters surrounding Ceduna.  Ceduna also acts as the last major town on your journey West.

The Far West Coast is an area full of hidden secrets and footprint free beaches.  Be sure to ask the friendly locals and take the time to explore this amazing area. 

As you travel further west the landscape flattens and there is a distinct change in the vegetation as you enter the Nullarbor (Tree-Less) Plain.  This ancient limestone seabed which seems to have risen from the ocean defines one of Australia’s greatest road journeys.

One experience not to be missed is enjoying Australia’s largest natural crèche every winter when hundreds of Southern Right Whales come to The Head of Bight and Fowlers Bay to mate and give birth. 

The Nullarbor is truly one of the world’s great road journeys and one, if you take the time to explore, you will remember for the rest of your life!

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