Ceduna Scenic Flight
19:30 AEST Thu Nov 29 2012
The Great Australian Bight extends over 1,200 km from Cape Pasley in Western Australia to Cape Catastrophe at the entrance of Spencer Gulf in South Australia. It is an area of spectacular cliffs and rocky headlands, offshore islands, beaches pounded by enormous waves and sheltered bays. It’s remote, uninhabited and one of Australia’s most spectacular wilderness regions.
There’s probably no tougher road trip in Australia than the drive across the Great Australian Bight, and if you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, Dermott has found a way to relax, avoid corrugated roads and enjoy the beauty of it all.