Border Village

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Border Village
South Australia
BP Border Village, 2012.JPG
The Border Village roadhouse, 2012.
Border Village is located in South Australia
Border Village
Border Village
Coordinates 31°38′18.5″S 129°0′13.5″E / 31.638472°S 129.003750°E / -31.638472; 129.003750Coordinates: 31°38′18.5″S 129°0′13.5″E / 31.638472°S 129.003750°E / -31.638472; 129.003750
Postcode(s) 5690
Time zone CWST (UTC+8:45)
  • 1,255 km (780 mi) W of Adelaide
  • 1,126 km (700 mi) E of Perth
LGA(s) Outback Communities Authority[1]
State electorate(s) Flinders
Federal Division(s) Grey

Border Village (also known as BP Border Village Roadhouse) is a locality and roadhouse along the Eyre Highway on the South Australian side of the border between that state and Western Australia.[2]

The roadhouse offers a full range of services, and also marks the western end of the cliffs separating the Nullarbor Plain from the Great Australian Bight.[2]

There is a Western Australian agricultural checkpoint at Border Village, and also "Hole 6: Border Kangaroo" of the Nullarbor Links golf course.[3]

The roadhouse is one of five settlements that uses the Central Western Standard Time (UTC+08:45). It is also the only place in South Australia where Daylight Saving Time is not in use.


  1. ^ Page 1 0 OUTBACK COMMUNITIESAUTHORITYAnnual Report2011 - 12 HOUSE OF ASSEMBLYLAID ON THE TABLE 27 November 2013 Page 2 1 OUTBACK COMMUNITIESAUTHORITY Annual Report 2011 - 12. Government of South Australia. 2013. p. 53. Retrieved 11 October 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "Border Village". Sydney Morning Herald. 2004-02-08. Retrieved 2 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "Hole 6: Border Kangaroo". Nullarbor Links website. Eyre Highway Operators Association. Retrieved 2 January 2013.