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.
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.
West = 47km (Penong)
West – 85km (Nundroo)
East – 47km (Ceduna)
West – 142km (Nullarbor Roadhouse)
East – 85km (Penong)
West – 184km (Border Village)
East – 142km (Nundroo)
West – 13km (Eucla)
East – 184km (Nullarbor Roadhouse)
West – 66km (Mundrabilla Roadhouse)
East – 13km (Border Village)
West – 116km (Madura)
East – 66km (Eucla)
West – 91km (Cocklebiddy)
East – 116km (Mundrabilla)
West – 83km (Caiguna)
East – 91km (Madura)
West – 164km (Balladonia)
East – 83km (Cocklebiddy)
West – 190km (Norseman)
East – 164km (Caiguna)
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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