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How to get to Yalata

Yalata Indigenous Protected Area (The Lands) is located at the Head of the Great Australian Bight, about 1,000km from Adelaide on the West Coast of South Australia. Situated northwest of Ceduna and south of the trans-Australian railway line, and east of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.

This is truly remote Australia and the only way to Yalata is by road. There are daily domestic airline flights from Adelaide to Ceduna.

Travelling from Western Australia, a flight from Perth to Adelaide with connections to Ceduna and car rental is the best option.


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