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  • South Australia #instatravel

    Discover Nullarbor Traveller tours through the eyes of our passengers and tour guides. Explore the stunning wilderness of Flinders Ranges to the huge expanse of the Nullarbor Plains

  • South Australia Destinations: Fowlers Bay

    Beautiful and wild, Fowlers Bay on the Eyre Peninsula is still known for the epic number of whales that pass by its shores and awesome sand dunes.

  • What Lurks Behind Wave Rock

    Standing at over 40 feet high and stretching for 360 feet along the north side of Hyden Rock, it is thought to have formed more than 2700 million years ago – well before T-Rex and all those guys.

  • South Australia Destinations: The Great Australia Bight

    Running for approximately 200 kilometres along the Great Australian Bight, this is the world’s longest uninterrupted line of sea cliffs. Our South Australia Tours take in the best part of this stunning area and with the experienced Nullarbor Traveller Guides to hand…

  • Western Australia Destinations: Stirling Ranges

    The Stirling Ranges rise up out of the flat farmland of the Great Southern region of Western Australia in spectacular fashion, as mountains tend to do, and are ripe for exploration.

  • Meet South Australia's Big 5

    Forget a safari through the Serengeti, if you want to see extraordinary wildlife from sea to land then South Australia has it by the bucketload. Here’s a look at the exciting wildlife you can spot whilst on a South Australia Adventure Tour.

  • Tour Guide Tales – 60,000km across the Nullarbor and counting! 

    Every month for the last 8 months I have driven 8500kms with two groups of Nullarbor Traveller passengers. My name’s Jodie, and these are my Tour Guide Tales…

  • Marleys Blog - Adventures To Wild Places

    A minibus with a big yellow trailer pulls up to the curb outside of our hostel in Adelaide. ‘I’m guessing this is it,’ Dan remarks. Nullarbor Traveller – adventures to wild places is printed across the side, and Sandy jumps out of the driver’s seat to greet us. 10 days from Adelaide to Perth awaits – all packed into a 20 seater bus and a trailer.

  • The Eyre Peninsula, Australia’s Best Kept Secret?

    If I was to describe the Eyre Peninsula to someone who hasn’t been there I would tell them it was home to beautiful beaches that you can have all to yourself. That huge limestone cliffs drop dramatically into the Southern Ocean and when you stand at the top of them taking it all in you feel so connected with nature.

  • Tour Guide Tales - 60,000km Across the Nullarbor and Counting!

    Ever wondered what it was like to be a tour guide on some of the longest haul, overland tours in Australia? Read about Jodie’s epic adventures back and forward across the Nullarbor on our Adelaide to Perth tours. She’s clocked up 60,000km this season alone and according to her, has loved every minute of it. Well most of them!

  • Adelaide to Perth Adventure Tour – What does Nullarbor mean anyway?

    Day one, still not realizing I am in Australia and half jet-lagged, I was to start my first adventure on the 10 day swag camping Adelaide to Perth tour and I couldn’t wish for a better start for this amazing adventure!

  • Meet The Koalas Of Mikkira Station

    At Mikkira Station you’ll get to see koalas in their natural habitat and observe natural behaviour and aww over the joeys hanging onto their mothers. They move from tree to tree quite often and seeing them toddle along the ground is a gorgeous sight.

  • Discover Cape Le Grand National Park

    It’s official – this rugged beauty boasts some of the finest beaches in Australia. Backed by massive granite peaks, heathlands full of wildflowers and an array of oh so cute Aussie wildlife like pygmy possums and kangaroos, nature doesn’t get much better than this.

  • We Dare You To Visit South Australia

    South Australia is a haven for thrill seekers. Here’s our round up of a few ways to get the adrenaline pumping and test your bravery whilst visiting South Australia.

  • Top 5 Things to do in Esperance

    You could easily spend weeks down here exploring gorgeous national parks, hiking, surfing or spotting kangaroos on the beach (yes, kangaroos! On the beach!) but if your time is a little more limited, these are the absolute things to do in Esperance.

  • What's So Remarkable About The Remarkable Rocks?

    A main attraction on Kangaroo Island, it took an impressive 500 million years of wind, rain and waves to carve out these huge and peculiar granite boulders into the odd shapes we see today.

  • Discover South Australia’s vibrant capital for culture and adventure!

    Discover Adelaide, South Australia is a great place to start your South Australia travels from and combines natural beauty with a bustling city atmosphere.

  • Get trekking to Port Lincoln this instant!

    Culinary artist, wine connoisseur, fish fanatic? If all, any, or a combination of the aforementioned apply then get trekking to Port Lincoln this instant!

  • Explore The Stunning Kangaroo Island

    Kangaroo Island’s epic ecosystems are alive and kicking with “all creatures great and small!” Sooty Dunnarts, Bandicoots, Koalas and of course Kangaroos

  • Farewell from Dutchie #19

    My 5 month internship comes to an end and I was not expecting that! It is hard to believe after 5 months in the remote outback of South Australia my internship

  • The Eyre Peninsula - No.1 Oz Bucket List Destination

    If you’re lover all things to do with the sea then the Eyre Peninsula, located in the State of South Australia, is a ‘bucket list’ destination for you!

  • My Incredible Adventure Tour in Australia!

    To some people the thought of camping under the stars in a swag for 10 days is a little scary. Before I came to Australia I had never heard of a swag, so when I jumped on board the 10 day Adelaide to Perth tour it was a bit of a shock…

  • South Australia Camping Tour Deals

    The ultimate South Australia Camping Tours and for a limited time only, they’re available at an exclusive discount for direct bookings.

  • Swimming With Sea Lions In South Australia

    Australia’s south coast is packed to the brim when it comes to exciting wildlife, so should you find yourself in this neck of the woods during your travels, don’t miss out on the awesome wildlife encounters on offer such as swimming with sea lions.

  • Tour Guide Tales – It Feels Like Home

    Darwin was headed into wet season. The heat had sky rocketed along with the humidity, the parks were closing down, the tourists were slowly leaving and I was unsure of where I was headed for summer.

  • Wave Rock Western Australia

    Australia is famed for hosting some of the world’s most impressive rock formations. From Uluru to the Devils Marbles, the 12 Apostles and the Three Sisters each State seems to have at least one impressive rock ready to show the world. However the lesser known Wave Rock in Western Australia is often overlooked despite its incredible size and form.

  • Swimming with Sea lions and Dolphins on the Eyre Peninsula

    Before my internship on South Australia’s amazing Eyre Peninsula even started I had another adventure to embark on and how excited was I to find out it is one of the best Eco-Tours in South Australia – swimming with sea lions and dolphins at Baird Bay.

  • Welcome to the Eyre Peninsula

    Unquestionably one of Australia’s best kept secrets the Eyre Peninsula features incredible scenery and once in a lifetime aquatic experiences such as Shark Cage Diving with great whites or swimming with dolphins and sea lions in the crystal clear waters of Baird Bay.

  • Nullarbor Traveller Love Story

    My Real Aussie Adventure – Travelling Oz & WWOOFING at Coodlie Park on South Australia’s amazing Eyre Peninsula

  • 8 Things You Didn’t Know About The Nullarbor Plain

    One of the greatest road journeys in Australia, crossing the Nullarbor Plain was once deemed the most dangerous crossing in all of Australia due to the vast distance from Adelaide to Perth and lack of amenities along the way.

  • The beginning of my South Australian journey

    First I would like to introduce myself. My name is Daan and I’m Dutchie number 19 ☺. I’m writing a blog about my next half year in Australia! I will be doing an internship at Coodlie Park which is a 3000 acre rural/coastal farm 800km west of Adelaide in South Australia.

  • Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park

    “Hey there! I’m Bec from Melbourne. I was lucky enough to jump on Nullarbor Traveller’s 10 Day Adelaide-Perth tour. Travelling across the Nullarbor was at the top of my travel bucket list.

  • G’day My name is Hassie

    G’day My name is Hassie and I live in what I call “gods country”, on the wild and beautiful Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.

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Callout to Collaborators

Are you a creative adventure seeker? We love it when we have writers, v-bloggers, photographers, videographers and all those other creative peeps come on board. At the end of the tour we’ll ask if anyone wants to write a blog and feature their piece right here on the Nullarbor Traveller blog page, so if that sounds like you then get in touch!