The ALT has secured a grant from the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) to further develop the visitor experience at Head of Bight on the Far West Coast of South Australia. The Head of Bight is a premiere whale watching centre which attracts up to 38,000 visitors annually to watch southern right whales give birth, where the Bunda Cliffs meet the sand dunes of the Australian Bight. The whale watching season, running from April until September annually attracts up to 120 whales to the site where visitors can get up close to watch the whales from viewing platforms. The ILC has provided a grant to develop a masterplan to grow and improve the business at the visitor centre and the ALT has commissioned Cooee traveller to undertake the development of the plan. Please visit the Head of Bight site: