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All reviews whale watching see whales whale season southern right whales off the highway entry fee viewing platform small price to pay family pass the cliff per adult well worth the stop end of the season wheel chair toilet facilities board walk picnic area
While doing the long drive between Perth and Adelaide, we stoped at the head of the bight and were not disappointed. Even though it not whale season a stop to check out the view is a must.
Keep in mind that dogs aren’t allowed, so...More
My husband and I dove the 12 km out to the Head of the Bight Visitor Centre and we were glad we did.
The entrance fee is $7 for adults and $5 for seniors and is well worth a visit.
There are boardwalks and viewing...More
This place has beautiful views! It is worth visiting and the girl at reception is very lovely! Unfortunately no whales around the summer months & it is similar to many places along the Aussie Bite. It cost $7 p/p however happily paid for the whale...More
At $14 for a family pass, it’s a worthwhile stop and activity on the Nullarbor drive. The road off the highway is sealed and it’s an easy quick side trip. Great short boardwalk walks & amazing views of the bight.
Finally got to see The Great Australian Bight even if it was just the eastern edge. The magnificent views and the big skies were just what I expected. The towering red cliffs to the west, the endless sea and sky to the horizon looking south,...More
We visited the Head of Bight at the start of October. There is a very sophisticated Visitors Centre on location and well worth a look. We walked down the boardwalk to the various available locations and saw 6 - 12 Southern Wright Whales lolling in...More