Heading east from the coast there are some somewhat remote rural centres to pick. The first to qualify under the Bustout criteria is Moora. Moora is a really nice place and staying over at the town is highly recommended.
In March 1999, the town suffered a major flood when ex-Tropical Cyclone Elaine caused the Moore River to break its banks with the evacuation of 1000 people.
The town is the most substantial wheat belt town between Geraldton and Perth. The town provides facilities and services such as commercial banks, schools, commerce and retail sectors, community recreational facilities; plus a Pharmacy, Dentist, Doctors and District Hospital.
Be sure to stay over.