We camp the night in the Eyre River bed and then make our way out of the Simpson Desert to Birdsville, the remote outback town that sits at the edge of the Simpson Desert.
We wind our way towards the coast and take in some old homestead ruins along the way.
“There is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.”
We finally arrive at the most eastern point on the Australian continent, Byron Bay, some 6500 kilometres, and three weeks later, after starting our journey from Steep Point in Western Australia.
We hope you enjoy this final episode of our traverse of the great continent.
Next we will make our way back to SV Nutshell, via London and Los Angeles.
Thanks for watching and following along on our world travels whilst we explore this wonderful planet.
Magnus and Wendy