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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 2006 Census, Blind Bight had a population of 1,238.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, BMX tracks, 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.
It is serviced periodically by bus route 795 operated by Cranbourne Transit. The town has seen a recent influx of refugees from Cranbourne increasing the population by four.