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The Ultimate Nullarbor Itinerary

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Location: Nullarbor, South Australia, Australia

Includes: The Ultimate Nullarbor Itinerary | Nullarbor Travel Map with Tips | Things To Do | Authentic Travel Experience | 27 Personal collection of Best Local Gems with a Google Map


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Streaky bay 

On our first day we had a nice sunny, warm day that we spent driving from Streaky Bay, where we slept the night earlier. We started our day with coffee from Funk’d Coffee & Flowers. This place was so pleasing to be in, but the dried flower wall definitely tops it off! The coffee was great and reasonably priced. 

We also visited Streaky Surf & Style down the road where we had a really good experience with the staff who were super helpful about telling us about the area. After buying myself a souvenir hoodie, we walked down to the beach for a stroll. I ended up finding some decent sea glass by the rocks aswell! 

Ceduna

We first stopped at the Ceduna Visitor Centre, it was the best place to get all the right info we needed to start the Nullarbor. The staff were helpful, and there heaps of brochures with maps, itineraries and guides. 

Ceduna is also where we stopped for our first round of golf. Located on the corner of the Eyre Highway, just as you’re entering the Ceduna Golf Club. The hole is named Oyster Beds and is a Par 5 and 485m long. 

Penong

I wasn’t expecting the enjoy Penong as much as we did. We spent most of our time here at the Penong Windmill Museum. It’s just one right turn off the main roundabout along Eyre Highway and is free entry. It was a windy day so the windmills were spinning like wildfire! Nik spent most his times trying to climb majority of the windmills (don’t recommend) while I couldn’t believe how tall, old, and huge some of them were. 

Lake Macdonnell, Point Sinclair 

A short 10mins south of Penong, Lake Macdonnell is a unique salt lake with a road running through the middle, separating the blue water from the pink water. We went on a cloudy day but we could still clay see the pinkness of the lake! It was a shame our phones couldn’t pick up the colour. There wasn’t a single other car the entire 20 minutes that we spent stopped here. 

Fowlers bay

We spent the night at the Fowlers Bay Caravan Park for about $25. The staff here were super friendly and accommodating, while the park itself was clean and tidy. They even have bird cages with Alexandrine parakeets that will talk and whistle to you as you walk by! At the end of the esplanade we found some sand dunes just behind the town and after some googling realised the local caravan park we were staying at had free sand boards for anyone who was staying with them! Unfortunately it was raining the night before so it wasn’t quite the slide down it should’ve been, but on a better day this would be great! 

The Dingo Fence

It’s not the most significant thing to stop for, but we were really interested in seeing the iconic Dingo fence. If you didn’t know, the dingo fence is the longest running fence in Australia, at 5300km long, stretching from South Queensland to here in outback South Australia. 

Head of the bight lookout & visitor centre

This place was truly one of the highlights of our Nullarbor trip. It costs us $18 each to enter the lookout which you pay at the visitor centre at the carpark. They also run a small cafe from here with a beautiful atmosphere! I believe the price you pay to get in is well worth it when you see the stunning views! We saw 4 whales in the 30 minutes of whale watching we did, with the help from an elderly couple we got talking to who let us use their binoculars, this was definitely a highlight!! The walk down only takes roughly 5 minutes from where you enter, on a concealed and secure path. There’s a few different lookout points, benches to sit and plenty of space for all the whale watchers to watch on comfortably. We got talking to an elderly couple who let us look at the whales with their binoculars, this was definitely a highlight!! 

The Nullarbor Roadhouse 

The Nullarbor Roadhouse was by far the best roadhouse we stopped at along the Nullarbor. This place was great as we could shower, have a hot breakfast and overall just spend a little bit of time out of the car. My favourite part was the Old Nullarbor Roadhouse they still have standing, it’s accessible to everyone and is a really cool price of history to see how service stations in the outback started.

Bunda cliffs 

Bunda Cliffs is the most breathtaking place ever! There’s multiple lookouts along the highways that you can pull into to see the cliffs from different points. It was a great spot to pull over and free camp as there’s a lot of flat land, and serves as a perfect spot to cook some tea and enjoy a glass of wine. As long as you’re careful, there’s no limitations to where you can go either. 

Border village

There’s nothing overly special about Boarder Village but I thought I would add it to the list because of its location. This village, as you guessed, sits on the border of WA & SA. You will have to go through quarantine to enter WA but the staff are friendly and from our experience, they didn’t pull anything out except for our food cupboards. The Big Kangaroo is a must see in border village! You can get a photo in the pouch of the Vegemite-loving roo. 

Special mentions…

Madura pass lookout 

Nuytsland national park

 

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Location: Nullarbor, South Australia, Australia

Includes: The Ultimate Nullarbor Itinerary | Nullarbor Travel Map with Tips | Things To Do | Authentic Travel Experience | 27 Personal collection of Best Local Gems with a Google Map


A Google Map with real photos and reviews for Ultimate Nullarbor Itinerary, which you can immediately share and download for instant use and trip planning.

Click for 👀 Map Preview


 

Map Highlights:

 

Streaky bay 

On our first day we had a nice sunny, warm day that we spent driving from Streaky Bay, where we slept the night earlier. We started our day with coffee from Funk’d Coffee & Flowers. This place was so pleasing to be in, but the dried flower wall definitely tops it off! The coffee was great and reasonably priced. 

We also visited Streaky Surf & Style down the road where we had a really good experience with the staff who were super helpful about telling us about the area. After buying myself a souvenir hoodie, we walked down to the beach for a stroll. I ended up finding some decent sea glass by the rocks aswell! 

Ceduna

We first stopped at the Ceduna Visitor Centre, it was the best place to get all the right info we needed to start the Nullarbor. The staff were helpful, and there heaps of brochures with maps, itineraries and guides. 

Ceduna is also where we stopped for our first round of golf. Located on the corner of the Eyre Highway, just as you’re entering the Ceduna Golf Club. The hole is named Oyster Beds and is a Par 5 and 485m long. 

Penong

I wasn’t expecting the enjoy Penong as much as we did. We spent most of our time here at the Penong Windmill Museum. It’s just one right turn off the main roundabout along Eyre Highway and is free entry. It was a windy day so the windmills were spinning like wildfire! Nik spent most his times trying to climb majority of the windmills (don’t recommend) while I couldn’t believe how tall, old, and huge some of them were. 

Lake Macdonnell, Point Sinclair 

A short 10mins south of Penong, Lake Macdonnell is a unique salt lake with a road running through the middle, separating the blue water from the pink water. We went on a cloudy day but we could still clay see the pinkness of the lake! It was a shame our phones couldn’t pick up the colour. There wasn’t a single other car the entire 20 minutes that we spent stopped here. 

Fowlers bay

We spent the night at the Fowlers Bay Caravan Park for about $25. The staff here were super friendly and accommodating, while the park itself was clean and tidy. They even have bird cages with Alexandrine parakeets that will talk and whistle to you as you walk by! At the end of the esplanade we found some sand dunes just behind the town and after some googling realised the local caravan park we were staying at had free sand boards for anyone who was staying with them! Unfortunately it was raining the night before so it wasn’t quite the slide down it should’ve been, but on a better day this would be great! 

The Dingo Fence

It’s not the most significant thing to stop for, but we were really interested in seeing the iconic Dingo fence. If you didn’t know, the dingo fence is the longest running fence in Australia, at 5300km long, stretching from South Queensland to here in outback South Australia. 

Head of the bight lookout & visitor centre

This place was truly one of the highlights of our Nullarbor trip. It costs us $18 each to enter the lookout which you pay at the visitor centre at the carpark. They also run a small cafe from here with a beautiful atmosphere! I believe the price you pay to get in is well worth it when you see the stunning views! We saw 4 whales in the 30 minutes of whale watching we did, with the help from an elderly couple we got talking to who let us use their binoculars, this was definitely a highlight!! The walk down only takes roughly 5 minutes from where you enter, on a concealed and secure path. There’s a few different lookout points, benches to sit and plenty of space for all the whale watchers to watch on comfortably. We got talking to an elderly couple who let us look at the whales with their binoculars, this was definitely a highlight!! 

The Nullarbor Roadhouse 

The Nullarbor Roadhouse was by far the best roadhouse we stopped at along the Nullarbor. This place was great as we could shower, have a hot breakfast and overall just spend a little bit of time out of the car. My favourite part was the Old Nullarbor Roadhouse they still have standing, it’s accessible to everyone and is a really cool price of history to see how service stations in the outback started.

Bunda cliffs 

Bunda Cliffs is the most breathtaking place ever! There’s multiple lookouts along the highways that you can pull into to see the cliffs from different points. It was a great spot to pull over and free camp as there’s a lot of flat land, and serves as a perfect spot to cook some tea and enjoy a glass of wine. As long as you’re careful, there’s no limitations to where you can go either. 

Border village

There’s nothing overly special about Boarder Village but I thought I would add it to the list because of its location. This village, as you guessed, sits on the border of WA & SA. You will have to go through quarantine to enter WA but the staff are friendly and from our experience, they didn’t pull anything out except for our food cupboards. The Big Kangaroo is a must see in border village! You can get a photo in the pouch of the Vegemite-loving roo. 

Special mentions…

Madura pass lookout 

Nuytsland national park

 

🗺 Visit my Map Shop – nik & rems travel for more hidden gems

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