The claim that this is the last shop for 1000km is probably true but you can buy provisions at a number of roadhouses across the 1200km of the Nullarbor. General store, Penong, Nullarabor Plain © Rob Walls 2011
Several stretches of the highway are widened to allow the Royal Flying Doctor Service air ambulances to use the road as an airstrip. © Rob Walls 2011
A salt pan near Fowlers Bay. I harvested some of this sea salt and used it in my camp cooking. © Rob Walls 2011
I just couldn't get over the jaw dropping distances you can see as you are driving. © Rob Walls 2011
A refrigerator doing sterling service as a mailbox © Rob Walls 2011
A more conventional oil drum mail box near Jerramungup, WA © Rob Walls 2011
A sheep farmer's warning to dingoes, Western Australia © Rob Walls 2011
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Tagged as airstrip, dingo, dingoes, general stores, highway one, highways, mailbox, mailboxes, Nullarbor, Nullarbor Plain, outback, Royal Flying Doctor Service, West, Western Australia
Great shots. How much more Australiana can it get!!
Thank you but what I keep telling myself, Roel, is when the light is hard and harsh, reach for the nearest Australian cliche:-)
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