Nullarbor

Nullarbor Plain

Explore this immense vastness with its limestone caves, amazing lookout points and whale watching opportunities.


Play some golf on the world’s longest golf course, explore the incredible limestone caves, go whale-watching and take in the magnificent stretch of cliffs that make up the Great Australian Bight.

As you cross the plain you may spot wild camels, kangaroos and emus (be careful around dusk) and if it’s recently rained, look out for wildflowers amongst the bluebush and mulga scrub.

With a motel, licensed restaurant and caravan park at the Nullarbor Roadhouse for when you need some civilisation, and some endless starry skies to experience when you don’t, this is one of Australia’s most epic road-trips. This truly Australian experience is worth the effort.

Things To Do


Explore the caves

The Murrawijinie Caves north of the Nullarbor Roadhouse have been approved for public access, while Koonalda Cave and Bunabie Blowhole can be viewed from the top. Most of the caves, however, can only be entered with an accredited caving group or in the company of National Parks and Wildlife officers. Strict regulations apply to visiting these caves – you’ll need to contact the Department of Environment and Energy, and we recommend you visit the Nullarbor Roadhouse for more information.


Wildlife, stars and rugged cliffs

The Nullarbor is an ultimate outback experience – camp under the stars, look out for the local wildlife (and drive safely) and view the epic coastline stretching endlessly towards WA (or SA, if you’re going west to east!).

Golf

Tee off in Ceduna, and hit your way across the plain on the world’s longest golf course. The Nullarbor Links spans 1,365km and is 18 holes (par 72).