On our way across the Nullarbor we stopped at a couple of vantage points just off the Eyre highway to take in the vistas along the coastline of the Great Australian Bight.
|Giant sand dunes|
We also detoured to the Head of Bight, where for 5 dollars you can stroll along the boardwalk there and enjoy the views. We were too early to see any migrating whales, but I did manage to spot a couple of Nullarbor Quail-thrush in the salt bush alongside the road in. They are actually a race of the Cinnamon Quail-thrush, found only along the Nullarbor Plain.
|Nullarbor Quail-thrush country|
We took our time crossing and enjoyed some free camping at some of the numerous rest stops along the way.
|Sunset at Domblegabby rest area|
Near Norseman we had another species of Quail-thrush not far from our campsite and this one, another lifer, I was able to capture in action.
|The Super Pit|
|On the way to Kalgoorlie|
Cheers and Happy Birding