Blind Bight, Victoria

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Blind Bight
Blind Bight jetty.jpg
Blind Bight is located in Victoria
Blind Bight
Blind Bight
Coordinates38°12′50″S 145°20′24″E / 38.214°S 145.340°E / -38.214; 145.340Coordinates: 38°12′50″S 145°20′24″E / 38.214°S 145.340°E / -38.214; 145.340
Population1,251 (2016 census)[1]
LGA(s)City of Casey
State electorate(s)Hastings
Federal Division(s)Holt

Blind Bight (the Victorian Bayou) is a town in Victoria, Australia, 55 km south-east from Melbourne's central business district on the large bay of Western Port. Its local government area is the City of Casey. At the 2016 Census, Blind Bight had a population of 1,251.[1]

Blind Bight is a mangrove area, offering birdwatching opportunities and walking tracks along the foreshore and in surrounding bushland. The town contains a community centre, Sanjos general store, take-away food and post office, playground and basketball court, and picnic facilities and a lookout over the bay. Of the coastal villages in the area it is the most populated and developed. Blind Bight Post Office opened on 25 July 1994. Blind Bight is a very low-wave-energy environment and is also quite sheltered and calm. [2]

It is serviced periodically by bus route 795 operated by Cranbourne Transit.[3]


Most of the children in the area go to Tooradin Primary School, Koo Wee Rup Secondary College or Cranbourne Secondary College. School buses are operated by Westernport Road Lines, Cranbourne Transit and Berwick Bus Lines.


  1. ^ a b "2016 Census QuickStats Blind Bight". Australian Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
  2. ^ Phoenix Auctions History, Post Office List, retrieved 12 February 2021
  3. ^ "795 Warneet - Cranbourne". Public Transport Victoria.