Port Lincoln is the Eyre Peninsula's second largest city, set on the shores of Boston Bay..Elliston Information
This popular coastal town on the Eyre Peninsula is famed for sightings of whales, sea-lions and..Baird Bay Information
A spectacular and peaceful part of the South Australian coastline, Baird Bay is teeming with marine..Penong Information
Penong is the first town you reach as you travel west from Ceduna. It's a good 'watering hole'..Point Sinclair Information
The scenic piece of coastline is the breathtaking Point Sinclair. At any angle this location boasts..Coffin Bay Information
Coffin Bay township is located west of Port Lincoln on the shores of one of the most beautiful..Smoky Bay Information
Smoky Bay is an ideal family holiday town with safe beaches for swimming, wind surfing and boating...Tumby Bay Information
Situated on a picturesque sheltered bay 50 kilometress north of Port Lincoln. Tumby Bay is..Streaky Bay Information
Streaky Bay is a picturesque coastal resort which owes much of its prosperity to harvesting the..Venus Bay Information
Venus Bay is a picturesque small seaside holiday town which sits on a narrow peninsula overlooking..Head of Bight Information
Please note, the viewing platform at Head of Bight is currently closed - it will re-open for the..See all locations in Eyre Peninsula
Sitting on the sweeping shores of Murat Bay, Ceduna is blessed with blue skies most days of the year and has excellent tourist facilities, including five caravan parks and four motels.
In Ceduna, you can relax while diving, sailing, taking in a scenic walk or drive or heading to nearby sandy swimming beaches.
Ceduna boasts rich Aboriginal cultural ties and a proud history in the agricultural, seafood and mining sectors. It's the last major town on the drive west to Perth and the first after crossing the Nullarbor from Western Australia.
But it's much more than a resting place. Today, its annual Oysterfest is gaining national acclaim and the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre is a must for anyone with an eye for unique Aboriginal and contemporary arts. There's also a golf course and National Trust Museum.
Imagine a sophisticated city, with everything a major city can deliver in shopping, dining..Barossa Information
Arguably Australia's most commercially important wine region, the Barossa Valley, just an hour's..Adelaide Hills Information
As the oldest wine region in South Australia (the first vines were planted in 1839, just three..Kangaroo Island Information
This large and visually spectacular island is a microcosm of varying landscapes and different..Clare Valley Information
The Clare Valley is just an hour and a half north of Adelaide, but you might as well be a world..Limestone Coast Information
Famed for its red wines, red soils and red rock lobster, the Limestone Coast is located in the..Fleurieu Peninsula Information
It's little wonder Australia's richest landscape art prize is staged on the Fleurieu..Port Augusta Information
Port Augusta is known as the Crossroads of Australia, where roads from Adelaide, the Flinders..Port Elliot/Horseshoe Bay Information
One of the sweetest beach settings in South Australia, Port Elliot is a popular tourist..See all locations in South Australia