Be sure to check out the ghostly remains of the Old Telegraph Station in Eucla. Take a photograph of this constantly changing landmark before it disappears under the ever encroaching white sand dunes. Now it is little more than a few old stone walls protruding above the moving dunes.
The starkness of the surrounding white dunes creates a spectacular image, which can be seen to the south of the town of Eucla. The original town was established in 1877 as a manual repeater station for the overland telegraph.
The remainder of the original town is now under the sand, after a plague of rabbits ate most of the dune vegetation which then caused large sand drifts to encroach on the town site.
Whilst wandering around the ruins, tune into the supernatural, as the area is said to be haunted by a ghost.
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If you are travelling across the Nullarbor, a free hard copy of the Nullarbor map is available from the Ceduna, Kalgoorlie-Boulder and Norseman Visitor Centres. Alternatively it's now also possible to download a Nullarbor map app from GooglePlay, or an interactive digital map is available from www.nullarbormap.com.au