Day 4 – Phew, that was a haul.

First up stats from yesterday;

  • Fuel: 30.3l
  • Fuel Consumption 10.1l/100
  • Time: 3:43
  • Average Speed: 81.6km/h

Today's stats are a little more impressive;

  • Fuel: 79.1l
  • Consumption: 10.1l/100
  • Time: 7:10
  • Distance: 782.5km
  • Average Speed: 108.9km/h

We saw our first roadkill today after 4 days on the road, and then there were three Red Kangaroos within 500 metres. We are now in Ceduna and staying at the Ceduna East West Motel . We will be kicking off at 0500 tomorrow to cover the whole of the Nullarbor Plain in one go. At one point we will hit the longest straight piece of road in the world at 146km that will be real fun. Maureen and Brian are our hosts and what a lovely couple they are too. They have the best Restaurant in town. The town is last the major settlement before crossing the Nullarbor Plain from east to west.


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