Bunda Cliffs


Great Australian Bight Cliffs aka Bunda Cliffs are an inspiring landmark stretching some 100 kms from Head of the Bight to Eucla on the SA – WA border at the edge of the Nullarbour Plain. This is the longest stretch of uninterrupted coastal cliffs in the world and are an awesome landmark to see. In many sections they are around 100 metres high. Several lookouts have been constructed to view the cliffs safely as they are continuously being eroded by the pounding seas of the Great Australian Bight. Often Australian Sealions and whales can be seen from these look outs. ┬áThe file is 6774 x 4518 px and can be printed up to 90cm in canvas or 75cm framed and 45cm in glass and metal.

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