That's the definition of 'Great Australian Bight' for those that asked the question.
So the photos below are of some of the scenery along the Bight.
Whales can be seen at designated area for tourist and it's guaranteed that you will see a whale from June to September. At the height of the season July/August, over 100 whates can be in the area at one time.
We saw a few way out in the sea.
These whales are Southern Right Whales which come into calf during their winter migration.
The southern right whale spends summer in the far Southern Ocean feeding, probably close to Antarctica.
A link to read (if you wish) about the Southern Right Whale is [ here ]
The viewing area for watching the whales. There is another viewing area the on the other side of that hill.
Mulga Snake, or King Brown snake, or Pilbara Cobra, is a species of venomous snake found in Australia. It is one of the longest venomous snakes in the world and is the second longest in Australia.We came across this snake not that far from the Nullarbor Roadhouse on the walk to see the Whales in the Great Australian Bight. (I showed the photo of the snake and Swallows last year)
The cost of seeing the Whales.