Nullarbor Plain

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Nullarbor Plain

a vast low plateau of S Australia: extends north from the Great Australian Bight to the Great Victoria Desert; has no surface water or trees. Area: 260 000 sq. km (100 000 sq. miles)
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Few of the identified sites in southwest Tasmania are in deep karst systems, so that the comment about zeroing the luminescence clock of sediments in such systems is a red herring in this context, and better applied, perhaps, to sites like Allen's Cave on the Nullabor and Devil's Lair in southwest Western Australia.
And despite being bunkered by a foot injury after seven holes and 401 miles of running across the arid Nullabor Plain, the 39-year-old father of two is determined to go back and complete his round.
I moved on to manage a million acres on the Nullabor.
His journey takes him across three mountain ranges as well as the harsh flat landscape of the Nullabor Desert.
The plan was to drive for four days all the way to Perth crossing the vast Nullabor desert on the longest stretch of straight road on earth but I chickened out and flew from Adelaide.
The central four pages of the December 1978 issue were a Report on Mobile Quarry Operations, and ended with the 1967 aerial photo of the diamond, captioned "After hours activities on mobile units are few, but one crew in the Nullabor [sic] produced this gigantic Readymix diamond".
Adrian coped with the strain of having to complete 50 miles a day in the sweltering heat of the Nullabor Plain desert.
In Ngalea country, north of the Nullabor Plains, stone objects are called lara (Tindale 1974:27).