The south coast of Australia that includes the Great Australian Bight, the vast sweep of adjoining inland country that is the Nullarbor Plain, and the surrounding woodlands and sandy mallee-covered deserts, is one of the least visited regions in Australia. From Port Augusta and Port Lincoln in the east, to Norseman and Esperance in the west, it offers a multitude of adventures for those wanting to get away from it all.
This comprehensive guide with 30 maps, hundreds of GPS waypoints and details on campsites, fishing spots, access details to beaches and other points of interest, along with details on the parks and reserves and the major 4WD tracks in the area, give you the perfect no-nonsense, indispensable planner for an exciting visit to the region.
Whether you are a fisherman, a keen outdoor camper, surfer, sport diver, four wheel driver, or someone who just loves to get away from it all and into a pristine habitat, then this guidebook has all you need to experience the best that Australia has to offer away from the crowds that spoil many other places.
The authors’ knowledge of four wheel driving, travelling in remote places and their comprehensive expertise within the Cape is bought together in this book so that others will be more able to fully enjoy this magnificent region.
About the Authors:
Ron and Viv Moon have been travelling this southern coast of Australia and the adjoining inland plains and deserts since the late 1960s. In recent years they have taken on the challenge of following the cliffs and beaches between Esperance and Port Lincoln.
Well recognised outdoor adventure writers, Ron and Viv specialise in remote area travel, camping and four wheel driving. For 15 years Ron was editor of 4x4 Australia magazine and is now their roving Editor-at-Large. Viv has had a cooking column in 4x4 Australia for over 25 years and has two best selling outdoor cookbooks to her credit.
This is Ron and Viv’s 14th guidebook on outback Australia that they have written or contributed towards. For more information and updates on all their current guides, check out: www.guidebooks.com.au