Mention Eucla and most people think of hiding their honey at the border crossing or the Telegraph Station ruins. But if you venture a little farther you will come upon the true highlight of this park; the weathered bone-white relic jetty. Once built to supply the township with supplies in the late 1800’s, this structure is now a favourite perch for seabirds and is complimented perfectly by the white sandy beach and aquamarine water. So if transversing the Nullarbor, make it a priority to have a pit stop here to enjoy the view and sea air while imagining the days of long past.
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