We woke up early at Streaky Bay for a long journey to WA. Along the way we saw at least 30 rainbows including double ones. They were very beautiful. We stopped at the head of bight. I thought I saw lots of whales but they were only white water. The whale season starts next month. After that mum made sandwiches on Jacks stable table and tried to empty the crumbs out the window. All of a sudden the stable table went flying out the window 50m down the road. It was hilarious! It was a long straight drive along the nullarbor The word nullarbor means no trees and we saw no trees for km. We had to pull over to allow a 7m wide truck to pass us. It had a police escort and we heard about it coming on the CB radio. We passed the quarantine station and we had to hand in our honey including the manuka honey. All we saw was grass dirt and a vast landscape. Mum saw an emu eating grass on the side of the road. And we spent that night free camping. Mum and dad set up while Jack and I collected firewood for that night. We toasted marshmellows.
We weren't far from cocklebiddy so we went to visit the cocklebiddy cave. The caves were 10km from cocklebiddy and 10km off the road. Along the road we saw kangaroos and lots of blue bush. The entrance was closed. Dad Issy and I walked down to the entrance for a look. The cave is underwater and is 100m deep and 6.8km long. Brave divers go diving there! We drove along the straightest road in the Australia. It is 145.6km long. We changed time zones so we are now 2 hrs behind Sydney. We decided to drive all the way to Esperance instead of stopping at Fraser Range Station and we got here at 4pm to set up and have a BBQ for tea.