Nundroo is an important service centre for travellers making the trek across the expansive Nullarbor – one of Australia’s great road journeys. It’s also the perfect base for unforgettable day trips around the Eyre Peninsula.
The area surrounding Nundroo offers you superb fishing, coastal scenery, surfing and much early history. Day trips can include a visit to view the native wild flowers, treks through the sand dunes, exploring old settlers cottages, and surf or rock fishing at Scott’s Beach, Mexican Hat or Cabot’s Beach.
One of the West Coast’s earliest settlements was at Fowlers Bay, named by Matthew Flinders after his First Lieutenant. It was an important staging point for Eyre’s epic across Australian journey in 1840.