Day 3 was our chillax day. After spending over 16 hours in the car in the previous two days we figured we’d have a rest and summon up the energy/enthusiasm for the BIG drive the following day. The place we were staying was Ceduna. I am lead to believe you pronounce it ‘Sejuna’. It claims to be the oyster capital of Australia and holds an annual Oysterfest. More importantly to us, it is the last well inhabited place before the Nullarbor so was the perfect place for a little R & R. The fact that it has a beautiful foreshore may have also swayed our choice to stay there.
It was a good call stopping here for a day however, we did wonder what was going with the place. We were there in the middle of summer, 28 degrees, between Christmas and New Year and there was no-one else on the beach. Literally, no one else! Most peculiar, not that we minded having it to ourselves you understand. Tomorrow, we would take on the Nullarbor, so we bought extra food and bottles of water, just in case….