Madura Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information
Places nearby Madura
- Bedford Harbour
- Circle Valley
- Grass Patch
- Lake King
- Lake Magenta
- Mount Madden
- Mount Merivale
- Red Lake
- Salmon Gums
- West Beach
Madura is located five and a half hours' drive east of Norseman, on the southern coast of Western Australia.
Madura was settled in 1876 as a place to breed horses for the Indian Army. Today it is a welcome stop when traversing the Nullarbor. A number of private sheep stations are also in the area.
The Hampton Tablelands form a backdrop to Madura; visit the Madura Pass lookout for panoramic views of the coastal plains. Blowholes can also be seen at the Pass.
Madura: Where To Go / Sightseeing
Ask at the roadhouse for directions to the Mullamullang Caves which lie to the northwest of the settlement and which are reputedly larger than the caves at Cocklebiddy.
Madura: Eating Out
Madura provides dine in and takeaway food. Enjoy a la carte dining in the restaurant or good Australian pub food in the bar. Enjoy a game of pool in the motel bar.
Madura: Travel Tips
Madura also has powered caravan and camping sites, and budget and standard accommodation.