Climb the Blowholes of Caiguna

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...
Cook: The “Queen City” of the Nullarbor

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...
Top 5 Unique Caravans You Must See

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...
Joining the Fresh and Fun Ceduna Oysterfest

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...
Lake Eyre: Australia’s Largest Lake

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...

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