Welcome to Nullarbor Roadhouse
To support the great job our truck drivers are doing,
we are remaining open!
50% off food
for the month of April for truckies.
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(08) 8625 6271
Our isolation and unique location means there is nowhere else in the world like the Nullarbor.
In recent times, our owners have looked to celebrate the history of the Nullarbor through murals, by accomplished mural artist Pam Armstrong as well as providing shaded rest areas in our caravan park using materials on site that date back to the early days of the roadhouse. We have also built a scale model of the old “station/garage”. This has all been carefully recreated by our accomplished landscape artist Marty Powell and his team.
Where else can you watch whales up close, explore historic limestone caves, get views of surreal cliff faces, play a hole on the world’s longest golf course or just relax and watch the beautiful sunset over the Nullarbor Plain?
If you are looking to venture off the beaten track and try something different, come visit us! We provide the comfort, fresh food and friendly service you need to fuel your adventure at the Nullarbor.
We are proud to be the owners and caretakers of a part of Australian history and we look forward to sharing it with you as you make your way across the Eyre Highway.
We look forward to having you visit soon!
CEO and Part-Owner
LATEST BLOG POSTS
A few weeks ago, the Nullarbor Roadhouse team heard about Erich Hoffman and Rashid Khallouf’s plans to cycle from Perth back to their hometown of Sydney in order to raise funds for Lifeline Australia. After months of planning, they finally began their...
On 2 September, Rashid Khallouf and Erich Hoffman, from Sydney, NSW will cycle 4,000 kilometres from Perth to Sydney across the Nullarbor to raise money for Lifeline Australia. Rashid and Erich have both been training tirelessly to prepare themselves for...
Did you know Nullarbor Roadhouse has its very own airstrip? This winter, we have the pleasure of hosting Chinta Air at the Nullarbor Roadhouse and are able to have guests take off into the skies right from our back door! Through our affiliation...
The Nullarbor is vast and barren and might not seem like it would sustain life, but there is actually a diverse range of animals who live here. Creatures who make their home here have adapted to living in the extremely hot, arid conditions....
The largest piece of limestone on earth, the Nullarbor Plain is one of the strangest landscapes in the world. As you travel across it’s windblown, barren surface you might feel more like you have left earth and are traversing the surface of...
Did you know…. ...the historic Bunda Cliffs were formed 65 million years ago when Australia separated from Antarctica? ….up to 180 whales visit the Head of the Bight each year? ...female whales travel in pods of 2 in order to birth and raise...
There is nothing quite like a road trip across the Australian Nullarbor. Fond memories of the family car packed with an overflowing boot and a warm breeze through an open window is one that many Australians’ share. But did you know that one...
For anyone considering a road trip to the Eyre Highway, there are a couple of things that should be considered before taking to the roads. Like most trips that involve traveling, a road trip around the Eyre Highway can rack up the bill quite...