Cocklebiddy Cave

Arguably the Nullarbor Plain’s most famous cave, Cocklebiddy Cave was the place of the world’s longest cave diving penetration in 1983. Due to unstable rock at the entrance, Cocklebiddy Cave is CLOSED to public entry.

Eyre Bird Observatory

Immerse yourself in a classic chapter of Australian history in a peaceful and strikingly scenic outpost.

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Twilight Cove

Twilight Cove is a spectacular coastal location at the eastern end of the Baxter Cliffs.

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Toolinna Cove

Toolinna Cove offers a spectacular coastal outlook with the Baxter Cliffs stretching out to the east and west as far as the eye can see.

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Point Culver

Point Culver is a headland near the western end of the spectacular Baxter Cliffs.

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Israelite Bay

Israelite Bay is a fascinating heritage area and an attractive camping spot with good access to beach fishing.

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