Eyre Peninsula Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information

Great Australian Bight (SATC)

Eyre Peninsula

There's 2000 kilometres of coastline to explore on Eyre Peninsula, and rarely will there be another boat bobbing on the best patch, tourists blocking your camera lens, or even footprints in the sand. It's a tranquil and rewarding coastal holiday destination.

Watch Southern Right Whales play with their young beneath cliffs at the Head of Bight; jump in and swim with dolphins and sea-lions at tranquil Baird Bay, or dive with the fluorescent cuttlefish at Whyalla.

Get an unequalled sense of time and space on the drive across the Nullarbor Plain. Stretch out under a billion stars in camping spots along Eyre Peninsula's coast or in pristine wilderness areas right across the region.

You'll find wildlife everywhere, and nowhere more than in the Gawler Ranges (the only place in Australia where you'll see three of the five big kangaroo species in one spot ナ the euro, red and grey kangaroo).

Buy seafood straight from the factory or the fisherman, or listen to your own line sing as a salmon takes the bait in pounding surf. Hike across dazzling dunes or stroll along the water's edge in search of delicate seashells.

During your South Australian holiday, take time to discover Eyre Peninsula's seaside towns and friendly farming communities, the volcanic monoliths and stark salt lakes of the Gawler Ranges, a hinterland of golden grain and vast desert plains extending right up to the Outback.

Set beside one of the world's largest protected harbours, Port Lincoln is a regional hub for seafood and aquaculture. You'll find an abundance of freshly-caught seafood, and activities and adventures for every taste: from diving with sharks to hiking along coastline and tasting local wine from a cellar door overlooking Boston Bay.

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Bunda Cliffs, Head of Bight (SATC)