Nullarbor Regional Reserve

Nullarbor Regional Reserve

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Nullarbor Regional Reserve

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Nullarbor Regional Reserve is located in South Australia, 300 km west of Ceduna.

Its boundaries are defined by the Trans-Australian Railway to the north and the Nullarbor National Park to the south. Its western boundary is with the Western Australia - South Australian state border. It adjoins Yellabinna Regional Reserve to the east.

The northeastern corner of the reserve is the locations of Ooldea, and central north Cook on the railway line, and the northern boundary is adjacent to the Maralinga Tjarutja Aboriginal lands.

The northern boundary has the abandoned railway locations of Hughes, Denman, Fisher, O'Malley and Watson, as well as being the section of line that is the known as the longest railway straight.

Nullarbor National Park and Nullarbor Regional Reserve protect the world's largest semi-arid cave landscape, which is associated with many Aboriginal cultural sites. Wildlife inhabiting in the park includes the Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat

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