The Bunda Cliffs, seen soon after crossing
We discovered our now favourite Nullarbor hideaway; hidden in the scrub and just far away from the highway to reduce the noise of the trucks for a peaceful night. Staying the night near the cliff edge can be quite spectacular but is often windy.
With cliffs to the west and sand dunes to the east, at the Head of Bight there are whale watching platforms with signage and an interpretive centre. All is very well set out, and it was well worth driving in even though it wasn’t whale season and the interpretive centre was locked.
See also Crossing the Nullarbor for all you need to know including distances, where to get fuel, camping with or without services, and safety.
We drove into
It was very windy as we went out onto the 300 metre long jetty. Eyre Peninsula coastal towns have very good jetties. Historic jetties have been replaced with shorter jetties and most have a night light at the end and a chart showing fish species and bag limits of each if applicable.
From Ceduna we left the