Nullarbor Roadhouse is located 94 kilometres west of Yalata, 187 kilometres east of Border Village, and 201 kilometres east of Eucla. In 1866 E. Alfred Delisser surveyed the Nullarbor Plain and noted a marked absence of trees. Contrary to some popular opinions the word Nullarbor is not of Aboriginal origins. Delisser derived the term Nullarbor from the Latin "nulla" for no, and "arbor" for tree.In the 1870s and 1880s vast areas of the Nullarbor were leased to sheep graziers with many sheep stations Today just about all that remains are abandoned homesteads.
Nullarbor Roadhouse has a full range of facilities for the traveller. Within the complex are a motel with licensed restaurant. The Roadhouse also has 4 rooms suitable as basic backpacker accommodation. Attached to the Roadhouse is a caravan park with powered sites. Within the roadhouse are toilet and shower blocks.
(08) 86256271 Nullarbor
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