running from MAY - august Whyalla’s Cuttlefest continues to evolve
Be brave this winter, and unearth adventure. Discover a vibrant underwater world and witness a globally unique phenomenon. The Australian Giant Cuttlefish (Sepia Apama) aggregate in the winter waters near Whyalla, South Australia, in numbers not seen anywhere else in the world! Find your wild side on the Eyre Peninsula and explore Whyalla this Cuttlefest.
THanks to our 2023 cuttlefest sponsors
Check out the tiles below to plan your visit to whyalla and experience Cuttlefest
Connect with the past
Aus Ocean Cuttlefish Livestream
Did you know?
- Cuttlefish are colour blind. They have ‘w’ shaped pupils which are thought to allow them to see both behind and in front at the same time.
Cuttlefish are not actually a fish. They are a cephalopod (Greek for ‘head-foot’), and their feet, or tentacles actually connect to their head rather than their body.
Cuttlefish have blue blood, 3 hearts, 8 arms and 2 feeding tentacles.
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