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Nullarbor Plain[Lat.,=no trees], vast, barren limestone plateau, c.100,000 sq mi (260,000 sq km), S Australia, extending from the Great Victoria DesertGreat Victoria Desert,
Australia's largest desert, c. 163,900 sq mi (424,400 sq km), South Australia and Western Australia states. Forming the southern belt of the Western Australia desert, it lies S of the Gibson Desert, W of the Tirary and the Sturt Stony deserts, E of East
..... Click the link for more information. (N) to the Great Australian BightGreat Australian Bight,
wide bay of the Indian Ocean, indenting the southern coast of Australia in Western Australia and South Australia. An unbroken line of cliffs c.200 ft (60 m) high runs along much of the coast and extends inland in E Western Australia and W South Australia
..... Click the link for more information. (S) in Western Australia and South Australia states. One of the largest karst areas in the world, the region has a semiarid to arid climate, includes sand dunes and cavern systems and caves, and rises to 1,000 ft (305 m). The minimal vegetation consists mainly of saltbush and bluebush; there are kangaroos, wombats, dingoes, and emus. A few sheep stations dot the plain, which is traversed by the Trans-Australian Railway and Eyre Highway, and there is a tourism industry. Nullarbor National Park, 2,290 sq mi (5,931 sq km), lies along the southern coastal cliffs within the region.
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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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