Sunday, June 14, 2009

7th May 2005 - Lake Nallan - Great Northern Highway - 20k North of Cue

Lake Nallan Is Situated 20k North Cue - 96k South Meekatharra & Has Plenty Of Room For Campers. The Best Access Is 1k South Of The Roadside Rest Area And Is Reached By Turning East Off The Highway Onto The Start Of Tarred Road. The Lake (When Filled With Water) Is Home To Over 100 Species Of Birds. The Camping Area, Owned By The Western Australian Railways, Has The Remains Of The Old Railway Line Base Running Through The Middle Of The Area. The Lake Was Used To Supply Water To Steam Locomotives When They Were Operating In The Past. Several Bins Are Provided Though No Other Facilities Are Available. All In All, A Great Place To Spend Some Time To Enjoy The Scenery -
Camps Australia Wide No 5 Site No. WA - 570 -
Camps Australia Wide No. 6 Site No WA - 572 -
GPS: 27*15'41.0"S - 117*59'07.0"E
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