3 Amazing Plants That Thrive In The Nullarbor

3 Amazing Plants That Thrive In The Nullarbor

Nullarbor, in Latin, means “no plants”. At a glance, it looks as though nothing would ever come close to surviving let alone thriving in the Nullarbor. However in actuality close to 390 species of well-adapted plants, 9 of which are of conservation significance, call...
The Nullarbor’s Stunning Clifftop Scenery

The Nullarbor’s Stunning Clifftop Scenery

The Nullarbor in itself is humbling scenery. A picturesque area composed of deep hues; green trees and brown soil backdropped by the big, blue sky. Driving across the Nullarbor, you will traverse a long road, seemingly endless, growing closer to — with every...
Cave Diving in the Nullarbor: Weebubbie and Cocklebiddy

Cave Diving in the Nullarbor: Weebubbie and Cocklebiddy

By now, you may have already seen the Nullarbor for what it is: a place filled with wonderful surprises. Who would have thought, though, that the deserts hold beautiful bodies of water under their arid surface? Who knew that beneath the dry landscape lies a...
How To Deal With The Nullarbor’s Extreme Temperatures

How To Deal With The Nullarbor’s Extreme Temperatures

There is no sugarcoating it: the Nullarbor is a harsh place smack dab in the middle of the Outback, but that’s a part of its adventurous charm. If you’re one of those enchanted by the feat that is crossing the Nullarbor, let us tell you: the journey and the sights...

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