The Nullarbor is an isolated and lonely place. Sweltering in summer, bitterly cold in winter, and with very little surface water. The Nullarbor consists of hundreds of kilometres of flat, treeless plains, with few features and even fewer people. Stretching over 800 kms between Western Australia and South Australia it covers an area of approximately 200,000 sq km.
Although it is a barren area, it holds great secrets. Some of the caves are filled with fossils while others remain to be discovered. However, they all show a forgotten age, a time when giant beasts roamed the Australian outback, and when the desert plain of the Nullarbor was a very different place to what it is today.