Sam – The Nullarbor

After leaving Ceduna I started driving across the Nullarbor to Murrawijine caves.
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We stopped at some interesting signs on the way twice and finally got to the first cave (cave 1) and continued to the campground at cave 3.  We set up camp and explored cave 3 and 1.
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In cave 3 we found some aboriginal handprints and a fake hand print.  I found it exciting going into cave 1 because there were lots of small passages to explore.  Luckily I had a torch.  I liked being out of the wind. Up top on the treeless plain it was very windy.image
That night we had a fire and roasted marshmallows.  The next morning I went out with mum and watched the sun rise.  It was sort of freaky to see how fast the earth turns.  It was pretty because there were lots of pinks, yellows and orange everywhere.

Bunda Cliffs – the Great Australian Bight

It really looked like there were giant tooth marks as if a giant had come along and had some of Australia for dinner!
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Telegraph Station – Further down the road at the other end of the Nullarbor we found the remains of an old telegraph station at Eucla.  Half the room were bogged up with sand and there was no roof so you could walk around on the top of the wall.
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