Days 9-10 Crossing the Nullarbor

There were many warnings about crossing the Nullarbor – “no gas for 700km!”, “the roads are unsealed!”. Perhaps many years ago, however, the Nullarbor of today is a smooth, long, stretch of sealed highway with roadhouses and petrol around every 200km. Quite uneventful apart from some coastal views and me almost hitting a dingo.

We did the 1100km+ in one day, but padded it with some rest on either end – a quiet day that ended with a beautiful Ceduna sunset, and a night after the drive at a old outback sheep station that is now a campground, Fraser Range Sheep Station.

I knit for about 900km and drove 200km. – Mum


We are standing beside a sign. I think the sign says “Marshall”. (giggles) – Marshall


Our camp car. It says something about bums on it. – Marshall

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Is this a kangaroo holding beer? – Marshall


These signs say camel, wombat, kangaroo 90 kilometres an hour. – Marshall



Mummy is knitting all of the time. – Marshall




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  1. April 21, 2014

    Love this! What an amazing adventure you are on Marshall! I LOVE your posts and always look forward to them!

  2. Andrea
    April 21, 2014

    I also look every day to see if there are posts. I think a book is in this enormous undertaking..especially the unbelievably blue skies in almost every picture!!!!That’s your hotel “room” on the top of the car right? This is one spectacular adventure you are on – thank you so much for sharing it!

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