Wednesday, 10 April 2013

The Great Australian Bight

I love the trip across the Nullarbor meaning no trees or very few.  The road is mostly flat, water is scarce and Roadhouses are but a few. Beautiful scenery for part of the way if one drives off the main road at designated roads to see the Great Australian Bite.
1,100 kilometres (684 miles) from East to West according to Wikipedia.


Facing West.


Facing East

12 comments:

  1. Oh M that is breathtaking I do have to get across that big pond someday and come and see your beautiful country my friend. HUGS xoxo G

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  2. At least once in awhile you can stop and photogrpah these ! Nice !

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    1. Yes that's true, but not all across the Great Australian Bite can you do that.

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  3. wonderful photos. you can see forever :) i've never been that far west by road. i hope to make the trip one day.

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    1. I hope you can travel by road across there, it's a good experience.

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  4. It indeed looks like a set of teeth.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  5. Beautiful scenery. Another Aussie destination I need to visit.

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    1. Very different Diane, so many places to visit in Australia and we would never get to see it all in a life time.

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