I have to disagree with yarry rob.
I have done the Nullabor many times. I was born in WA and lived in Qld for many years. I came back to WA and lived on the Nullabor in a little railway town called Rawlinna.
I have found the Nullabor to be one of the most interesting stretches on earth.
There has never been quite the experience of kipping down for the night off the beaten track with the silence of the desert and the glow of Milkyway stars where you can imagine picking them out of the sky. Counting satelites and shooting stars, listening to the ticking of your bike engine cooling down after a long straight freedom ride with very little traffic.
The wildlife is abundant from lizards, birds, kangaroos and camels.
The excitement of passing some of those huge semi-trailers flogging along at 140 kmh, can get the adrenalin pumping.
The secret to crossing the Nullabor is to take your time and enjoy the experience.
Australian in China