Where is it?

About 280km west of Yalata, along the Great Australian Bight

How to see it for yourself?

Visitors can drive along the Eyre Highway with less than a kilometre between them and the cliffs.  The cliffs extend over 85km, and there are five main lookouts, with signed access roads from the highway. The view here is taken from the lookout at the Head of Bight.
Why I love it
“You get to see in 3D that distinctive big chomp mark on maps of Australia. The Nullabor’s coastal cliffs are even more wild and raggedy than you’d expect. Between June and October it’s the perfect place to spot southern right whales.” – Elisabeth Knowles, former editor, Australian Traveller
Image by Janine Donato, South Australian Tourism Commission
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