Fight for the Bight Campaign
Fight for the Bight Campaign

The Great Australian Bight is our wild, uncompromising, underwater backyard. It’s a place where dragons live and thousands of cuttlefish aggregate to breed. It’s home to the puppies of the sea – the endangered sea lions – and a highway for the largest animal in the world.

Many of these creatures that call the Bight home use sound as their primary source of communication.

Oil drilling and seismic blasts could silence these sounds, which is why I’ve joined the fight to protect the Great Australian Bight

Point Labatt Conservation Park lookout
Point Labatt Conservation Park lookout

Point Labatt Conservation Park lookout

Cormorants taking flight
Cormorants taking flight

Cormorants taking flight at Smooth Pool Streaky Bay

Road to Point Labatt Conservation Park
Road to Point Labatt Conservation Park

Point Labatt Conservation Park drive, Eyre Peninsula

Brumby Horses
Brumby Horses

Brumby horses in South Australia

Coffin bay
Coffin bay

Coffin Bay sand dunes at sunset

A farm in Elliston
A farm in Elliston

A farm in Elliston

Coffin Bay, emus
Coffin Bay, emus

Emus crossing the road at Coffin Bay. The young are nurtured by their fathers.

Adventure Bay charters
Adventure Bay charters

Dolpin riding the bow of the boat on the way to the sea-lion colony at Hopkins Island

Adventure Bay charters
Adventure Bay charters

Adventure Bay charters heading out to swim with sea lions at Hopkins Island

Adventure Bay charters
Adventure Bay charters

sea-lions in the early morning sun

Adventure Bay charters sea lions
Adventure Bay charters sea lions

Sea Lions - Adventure Bay charters - Hopkins Island by Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace Australia

Adventure Bay charters sea lions
Adventure Bay charters sea lions

Sea Lions - Adventure Bay charters - Hopkins Island by Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace Australia

 Baird Bay Ocean Eco experience - swimming with dolphins - Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace

Baird Bay Ocean Eco experience - swimming with dolphins - Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace

 Leafy Sea Dragon - Rapid bay  Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace

Leafy Sea Dragon - Rapid bay Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace

Kangaroo on top of a sand dune
Kangaroo on top of a sand dune

Kangaroo on top of a sand dune at Coffin Bay

Leo Cummings Monument Lookout.
Leo Cummings Monument Lookout.

Leo Cummings Monument Lookout - Located 60 km south of Elliston on the coast is a monument to Leo Cummings, a local who was drowned when his crayfishing boat was wrecked at the site in 1959. The importance of this lookout is that offers uninterrupted views of the coast.

Kingfish pens
Kingfish pens

Kingfish pens off Port Lincoln

Sceale Bay looking towards Cape Blanche
Sceale Bay looking towards Cape Blanche

Eyre Peninsula - Sceale Bay looking towards Cape Blanche

Cathedral rocks wind farm
Cathedral rocks wind farm

Cathedral Rocks Wind Farm is a wind power station located about 30 km west of Port Lincoln in South Australia, near the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula.

Fight for the Bight Campaign
Point Labatt Conservation Park lookout
Cormorants taking flight
Road to Point Labatt Conservation Park
Brumby Horses
Coffin bay
A farm in Elliston
Coffin Bay, emus
Adventure Bay charters
Adventure Bay charters
Adventure Bay charters
Adventure Bay charters sea lions
Adventure Bay charters sea lions
 Baird Bay Ocean Eco experience - swimming with dolphins - Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace
 Leafy Sea Dragon - Rapid bay  Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace
Kangaroo on top of a sand dune
Leo Cummings Monument Lookout.
Kingfish pens
Sceale Bay looking towards Cape Blanche
Cathedral rocks wind farm
Fight for the Bight Campaign

The Great Australian Bight is our wild, uncompromising, underwater backyard. It’s a place where dragons live and thousands of cuttlefish aggregate to breed. It’s home to the puppies of the sea – the endangered sea lions – and a highway for the largest animal in the world.

Many of these creatures that call the Bight home use sound as their primary source of communication.

Oil drilling and seismic blasts could silence these sounds, which is why I’ve joined the fight to protect the Great Australian Bight

Point Labatt Conservation Park lookout

Point Labatt Conservation Park lookout

Cormorants taking flight

Cormorants taking flight at Smooth Pool Streaky Bay

Road to Point Labatt Conservation Park

Point Labatt Conservation Park drive, Eyre Peninsula

Brumby Horses

Brumby horses in South Australia

Coffin bay

Coffin Bay sand dunes at sunset

A farm in Elliston

A farm in Elliston

Coffin Bay, emus

Emus crossing the road at Coffin Bay. The young are nurtured by their fathers.

Adventure Bay charters

Dolpin riding the bow of the boat on the way to the sea-lion colony at Hopkins Island

Adventure Bay charters

Adventure Bay charters heading out to swim with sea lions at Hopkins Island

Adventure Bay charters

sea-lions in the early morning sun

Adventure Bay charters sea lions

Sea Lions - Adventure Bay charters - Hopkins Island by Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace Australia

Adventure Bay charters sea lions

Sea Lions - Adventure Bay charters - Hopkins Island by Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace Australia

Baird Bay Ocean Eco experience - swimming with dolphins - Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace

Leafy Sea Dragon - Rapid bay Michaela Skovranova / Greenpeace

Kangaroo on top of a sand dune

Kangaroo on top of a sand dune at Coffin Bay

Leo Cummings Monument Lookout.

Leo Cummings Monument Lookout - Located 60 km south of Elliston on the coast is a monument to Leo Cummings, a local who was drowned when his crayfishing boat was wrecked at the site in 1959. The importance of this lookout is that offers uninterrupted views of the coast.

Kingfish pens

Kingfish pens off Port Lincoln

Sceale Bay looking towards Cape Blanche

Eyre Peninsula - Sceale Bay looking towards Cape Blanche

Cathedral rocks wind farm

Cathedral Rocks Wind Farm is a wind power station located about 30 km west of Port Lincoln in South Australia, near the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula.

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