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Day 117. William Creek to Farina

After a slow start we had a look at the ‘outdoor museum ‘ at William Creek, an odd collection including parts of a rocket used to launch a satellite in the 1970. The boys thought it was amazing to see … Continue reading

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Day 68. Kununurra to Victoria Highway

This will be the shortest blog of the trip as we didn’t do much except drive. We left Kununurra late morning, and left Western Australia not long after that. We were all a bit sad about this having spent the … Continue reading

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Day 11 Leonora to The Middle of Nowhere (Davyhurst)

Looked around Leonora and then its twin town Gwalia this morning. Both were big mining towns in the late 1800s to mid 1900s. Leonora is still a reasonable size town servicing the still functioning mines and surrounding smaller (tiny) towns, … Continue reading

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Day 6 Bunda Cliffs to ‘Half Way along the Straightest Road in Australia’

Well, we didn’t blow away in the wind last night. Amazingly we all slept well and the boys said they were so snugly warm sleeping together. Everyone was up early enough to see the sunrise over the cliffs. Then a … Continue reading

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Day 5 Ceduna to Bunda Cliffs

A breakfast of champions, eggs and bacon and then off to start the Nullarbor. I am not sure if the Nullarbor Plain actually starts as far east as Ceduna but the Nullarbor Links does. The Nullarbor Links is said to … Continue reading

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