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At almost 400 kilometers in length the Bunda and Baxter Cliffs on the edge of the Nullarbor Plain, a part of the Great Australian Bight, are considered to be the world’s longest cliff face.
The Great Australian Bight, basically an indentation in the land, in this case, the world’s largest indentation, runs about 1,150 kilometers consisting of many long cliffs and some nice beaches.
The cliffs along the Great Australian Bight run as high as 60 meters.
Camera – Nikon D80; Lens – Nikon 70 – 200 VR
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