Nullarbor/Great Australian Bight.


4.3 from 19 users


This is a free campground in the Nullarbor National Park on a cliff edge overlooking the Great Australian Bight. Access is by a long, rocky, unsealed road. There are no facilities. Campers must be self-sufficient with their own toilet. Take all rubbish with you and leave no trace. It is accessible to motorbikes, camper trailers and off road caravans. Dogs are not permitted.

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Lat: -31.606232 Lng: 130.754786

User Reviews



Amazing views and plenty of action down the cliffs in the water. Schools of fish everywhere. Windy at night however very peaceful the next morning. Road is rocky but just go slow and enjoy the ride. Our car and caravan handled it with no problems. No rubbish that we saw.



Be aware Google may try to take you the wrong way which is a long slow drive just to have to turn around. We took our hybrid caravan in on the right road, long rocky road in but was fine. Extremely windy which is normal. Do not think it is worth it when there are so many other nice spots to stop instead.



Very easy drive in from main road with 21ft caravan.. A little Rocky but nothing to worry about. Views are to die for. Only ourselves for most of the day. A few others pulled up late afternoon. Plenty of rooms for all of us. No service on the cliff but if you go back up on the road in you get a few bars if you really need it.


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