Great Australian Bight Marine Reserve

The Great Australian Bight is a 200km stretch of Australia’s southern coast, where flat-topped, arid land is abruptly cleaved to make way for the bossy Southern Ocean. The cliffs afford an excellent vantage point for admiring the annual calving activities of the threatened southern right whale and other majestic marine and avifauna. Be sure to visit the lookouts along the way to experience the untamed, raw energy of the elements washing over you as they batter and claim the cliffs into the fathomless ocean.

For more information on this internationally significant Commonwealth marine reserve visit here.