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Australia – Nullarbor Plain

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Located on the Great Australian Bight in Southern Australia, is the vast, featureless Nullarbor Plain – the world’s largest single piece of limestone, covering an area of 270,000 square km and extending some 1,000 km from the east to the west.

The area is so flat that the Trans Australian Railway runs across its surface for about 483 kilometres in a completely straight line.

The Nullarbor Plain ends abruptly at the spectacular Bunda Cliffs, comprising a 200-kilometer-long precipice curving around the Great Australian Bight.

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