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Best beaches for a swim along the Eyre Highway

Eyre Highway runs along the bottom coast of Australia, allowing drivers to go right past many of the countries’ most amazing beaches. Whether it is camping, fishing, or just a simple swim, there really is no shortage of options along this massive expanse of highway. We have compiled a list of five beaches along the […]

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5 Rare Birds of the Eyre

While traversing the vast Eyre highway, there are lots of attractions to look out for, both on land and in the sky. The Eyre peninsula is definitely one of the best places to learn more about Australia’s diverse wildlife firsthand. Why not make your Nullarbor trip a one-of-a-kind learning experience by watching out for our […]

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See the Pink Lake | When Should I Visit Lake Eyre?

When traveling throughout the southern part of Australia on the Eyre Highway, travellers are going to encounter many highlights of the Nullarbor Plain and the coastal attractions like the Head of Bight. One of the most compelling spots to visit while in this region is the infamous Lake Eyre, the largest lake in Australia when […]

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Fishing Spots Along the Eyre Highway

The Eyre Highway has tons of settlements and attractions along to be found for travellers. As far as fishing is concerned, there’s plenty going on along the Eyre Highway. The following are some of the most popular places that people like to visit with their fishing gear and throw a line in. Streaky Bay: Streaky […]

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Guide to Australian Slang

Over the years we’ve had many folks come from all corners of the globe to experience our beautiful country and the spectacular Nullarbor Plain. We’ve been asked by many to put together a list like this and I hope some of our overseas travellers can get some sort a benefit (and maybe amusement) out of […]

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Climb the Blowholes of Caiguna

Creating the ultimate bucket list for visiting the caves of the Nullarbor? After visiting the Weebubbie and Murrawijinie Caves, don’t forget to drop by the Caiguna Blowhole! A hidden attraction in the Nullarbor Plain, this cavernous blowhole provides a sneak peek to what lies beneath the rocky Australian ground. Exploring Caiguna Located in Western Australia, […]

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Cook: The “Queen City” of the Nullarbor

For laidback adventurers who are into discovering new places while crossing the Nullarbor, Cook might just be the right destination for you. Cook is a railway station and desolate town located in the middle of the Nullarbor Plain. The secluded town is also situated near the longest straight railroad track that still operates to this […]

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Top 5 Unique Caravans You Must See

Do you want to try caravanning in Australia? The first thing you need is to decide which caravan can meet your driving and living needs on the road. To guide you in choosing your future motorhome, we’ve taken a look at these top five unique caravans tested to be fit for the vast Eyre Highway. […]

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Joining the Fresh and Fun Ceduna Oysterfest

Can’t get enough of seafood? If you answered yes to this question, then the annual Ceduna Oysterfest is perfect for the seafood enthusiast in you! The West Coast town of Ceduna is home to Australia’s largest oyster festival — Ceduna Oysterfest — celebrated every SA Labour Day Long Weekend. Read on to know more about […]

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Lake Eyre: Australia’s Largest Lake

If you’re only expecting to see empty, arid plains and the occasional troop of kangaroos passing by while driving along the Eyre highway, then you’re in for a surprise —  there are also beaches, caves and deserts that are definitely worth visiting! The unique thing about Southern Australia’s desert spectacle is that there’s more to […]

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