Great Australian Bight
Great Australian Bight definition by Webster's New World
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wide bay of the Indian Ocean, indenting S Australia: c. 720 mi (1,159 km) wide
Great Australian Bight definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A wide bay of the Indian Ocean on the southern coast of Australia. Much of the coastline consists of high cliffs extending inland to form the Nullarbor Plain.