Travellers calling Bunda Cliffs in South Australia the nation’s finest free tenting spot

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Travelers lose sight of an “epic” campsite perched on the edge of a cliff with expansive views of the sea as far as the eye can see

  • Adventurers rave about a cliff-top campsite with stunning views
  • Bunda Cliffs lies between the Nullarbor Plain and the Great Australian Bight
  • At 100km long, it is the longest uninterrupted sea cliff line in the world
  • Travelers have described the “epic” campsite as one of the best in Australia

Adventure-seekers claim to have found the perfect free campsite on ‘Australia’s Edge’.

Stretching 100km between the Nullarbor Plains in Western Australia and the Great Australian Bight in South Australia, the Bunda Cliffs are the longest uninterrupted line of sea cliffs in the world.

Along the limestone cliffs are a number of lookouts and free campsites where you can pitch up for the night and enjoy the incredible sea views that stretch as far as the eye can see.

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Adventurers rave about an ‘epic’ free campsite on ‘Australia’s Edge’

Stretching 100km between the Nullarbor Plain and the Great Australian Bight, the Bunda Cliffs are the longest uninterrupted line of sea cliffs in the world

There are a number of lookouts along the limestone cliffs and free campsites that you can set up for the night Bunda Cliffs is the perfect place to enjoy incredible views of the sea as far as the eye can see

Along the limestone cliffs are a number of lookouts and free campsites where you can pitch up for the night and enjoy the incredible sea views that stretch as far as the eye can see

Travelers have posted incredible pictures of their visits as they stand on the edge of the towering cliff and show off the crashing waves 60 to 100 meters below them.

There is no phone or TV reception, but campers will be entertained by the golden sunsets, stunning scenery and whale migration viewing.

Travel bloggers Justin and Bec, originally from Newcastle, recently posted a video of their visit to their popular page Trip In A Van, which went viral with more than 99,000 views.

Travel bloggers Justin and Bec, originally from Newcastle, recently posted a video of their visit to their popular page Trip In A Van, which went viral with more than 99,000 views There is no phone or TV reception, but campers will be entertained by the golden sunsets, stunning scenery and whale migration viewing

Travel bloggers Justin and Bec, originally from Newcastle, recently posted a video of their visit to their popular page Trip In A Van, which went viral with more than 99,000 views

Travelers have posted incredible pictures of their visits as they stand on the edge of the towering cliff and show off the crashing waves 60 to 100 meters below them

Travelers have posted incredible pictures of their visits as they stand on the edge of the towering cliff and show off the crashing waves 60 to 100 meters below them

Visitors, particularly those with children, are advised to exercise caution as the cliff edges can become unstable and the weather can become quite windy

Visitors, particularly those with children, are advised to exercise caution as the cliff edges can become unstable and the weather can become quite windy

‘Is this the wildest free camp in Australia?’ They captioned the clip, which garnered more than 99,600 views and dozens of impressed comments from fans.

Many called the site “epic,” while others shared rave reviews of their stays.

“Hands down our favorite place to camp,” one person wrote.

“But how amazing is that?! One of the best free camps we’ve stayed at,” replied another.

Visitors, particularly those with children, are advised to exercise caution as the cliff edges can become unstable and the weather can become quite windy.

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