Fuel Stops Across The Nullarbor – Interactive Map

Where To Refuel On Your Nullarbor Crossing

Due to popular demand, we’ve compiled an Interactive Map of fuel stops across the Nullarbor… a complete list of Eyre Highway fuel stops!

This remote crossing from east to west across the bottom of Australia is a must-do journey. Many people are apprehensive about whether they’ll run out of fuel somewhere along the vast expanses of the Nullarbor.

And fair enough too. It’s a long way from one end of the Nullarbor to the other.

The good news is, there’s plenty of places to re-fuel. The Eyre Highway is a vital east-west link. So you needn’t be concerned… although food tends to be in short supply. But that’s another story.

Interactive Map

How To Use

Screenshot showing how to use our interactive map of fuel stops across the Nullarbor.

Simply click on one of the red fuel icons to see how far to the next fuel (to both the east and west) along the Eyre Highway.

Fuel Stops – The Complete List

If you don’t want to use the map, here’s the complete list of fuel stops. It includes distances to the next fuel in both directions.


Next fuel:
West = 47km (Penong)


Next fuel:
West – 85km (Nundroo)
East – 47km (Ceduna)


Next fuel:
West – 142km (Nullarbor Roadhouse)
East – 85km (Penong)

Nullarbor Roadhouse

Next fuel:
West – 184km (Border Village)
East – 142km (Nundroo)

Border Village Roadhouse

Next fuel:
West – 13km (Eucla)
East – 184km (Nullarbor Roadhouse)


Next fuel:
West – 66km (Mundrabilla Roadhouse)
East – 13km (Border Village)

Mundrabilla Roadhouse

Next fuel:
West – 116km (Madura)
East – 66km (Eucla)

Madura Shell Service

Next fuel:
West – 91km (Cocklebiddy)
East – 116km (Mundrabilla)

Cocklebiddy Roadhouse

Next fuel:
West – 83km (Caiguna)
East – 91km (Madura)

Caiguna Roadhouse

Next fuel:
West – 164km (Balladonia)
East – 83km (Cocklebiddy)

Balladonia BP Truckstop

Next fuel:
West – 190km (Norseman)
East – 164km (Caiguna)


Next fuel:
East – 190km (Balladonia)

Enjoy your Nullarbor crossing. There’s so much to see along the way. And spare a thought for Edward John Eyre and his companion Wylie, who walked from Fowlers Bay to Albany in 1842. It’s a long walk!

Would you like to know a whole lot more about what you can see across the Nullarbor? Well, we’ve put together a series of articles about driving across the Nullarbor Plain.

Have a great trip!

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