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    IF YOU ARE IN THIS PART OF AUSTRALIA, BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE BREATHTAKING CLIFFS OF THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN BIGHT: Photo - Adam Bruzzone, courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission
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    THEY EXTEND FOR 209 KILOMETRES FROM THE HEAD OF THE BIGHT TO WILSON'S BLUFF IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA: Photo - Neale Winter, courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission
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Great Australian Bight
(inc. The Great Australian Bight Marine Park)

The Nullarbor (Bunda) Cliffs extend for 209 km's from the Head of the Bight to Wilson's Bluff at the Western Australian border and plummet 90 metres into the Southern Ocean and the Great Australian Bight Marine Park.

There are some spectacular viewing areas of this majestic coastline, which can be accessed from the Eyre Highway. Please take extreme care when approaching the cliff edge, as areas may be unstable or undercut.

The Great Australian Bight Marine Park creates a sanctuary for marine mammals in the area. In the winter months, near the Head of the Bight you may be lucky to see some of the migrating Southern Right Whales. From the cliff top viewing areas, you may also see some of the dolphins, Australian Sea Lions and the occasional Great White Shark swimming in the seas.