Some of the best things to do with kids is introduce them to awesome and inspiring pieces of this amazing planet of ours.
In this photo I’m at the Head of The Great Australian Bight and in the background you can see The Bunda Cliffs.
These cliffs are part of The Great Australian Bight and are the longest, uninterrupted sea cliffs in the world. They provide approximately 100 kilometers of sheer coastal limestone cliffs with heights of about 60 – 120 metres. And for that they make it onto our BIG list.
It’s an awesome sight to see in person and I was fascinated by them when we were visiting The Nullabor Plain and the whales at the head of the bight. I would certainly recommend grabbing the photo op if you’re ever travelling along the Eyre Highway through the Nullarbor Plain.
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