Toolinna Rockhole

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Toolinna Rockhole is a rockhole on the Nullarbor Plain in southern Western Australia. It is located at 32° 45' S 124° 59' E. The explorer Edward John Eyre is thought to have visited it on 2 May 1842, but found it empty.

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Coordinates: 32°45′S124°59′E / 32.750°S 124.983°E / -32.750; 124.983