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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..
Port Lincoln is the Eyre Peninsula's second largest city, set on the shores of Boston Bay, Australia's largest natural harbour.
A magnificent marina development, Lincoln Cove, is home to..
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..
This popular coastal town on the Eyre Peninsula is famed for sightings of whales, sea-lions and dolphins.
Elliston sits on tranquil Waterloo Bay - ideal for fishing, swimming or..
A spectacular and peaceful part of the South Australian coastline, Baird Bay is teeming with marine life and offers you the opportunity to swim with sea-lions and dolphins on organised..
Penong is the first town you reach as you travel west from Ceduna. It's a good 'watering hole' before the long journey across the Nullarbor Plain. It offers a pub with beer garden, a couple..
The scenic piece of coastline is the breathtaking Point Sinclair. At any angle this location boasts something special. The great surf mimics the rolling sand dunes in this heritage listed..
Coffin Bay township is located west of Port Lincoln on the shores of one of the most beautiful estuaries in Australia. The visitor is offered an unparalleled scenic view of vast expanses of..
Smoky Bay is an ideal family holiday town with safe beaches for swimming, wind surfing and boating. In this relaxed setting, the fish are plentiful and the oysters are fresh, plump and..
Situated on a picturesque sheltered bay 50 kilometress north of Port Lincoln. Tumby Bay is centrally located to all lower Eyre Peninsula attractions. The peaceful lifestyle, temperate..
Streaky Bay is a picturesque coastal resort which owes much of its prosperity to harvesting the sea. The main catches are King George whiting, southern rock lobster (crayfish), abalone and..
Venus Bay is a picturesque small seaside holiday town which sits on a narrow peninsula overlooking Venus Bay and its islands. It is quiet, peaceful and friendly and its tranquil sheltered..
Please note, the viewing platform at Head of Bight is currently closed - it will re-open for the next whale season in June.
Head of Bight is on South Australia's remote far West Coast and..
As you travel along the winding gravel road through the Gawler Ranges, it is difficult to comprehend that these gentle and peaceful hills were the result of powerful volcanic activity..
During the summer season, holidaymakers flock to Arno Bay on Eyre Peninsula to enjoy the mild climate, the boating and angling and the peaceful, relaxing atmosphere.
The scenic shoreline..
Just south of Penong, you'll find the highly acclaimed Cactus Beach, where surfers from all over Australia and overseas can be found year-round. Cactus has three perfect surfing breaks..
Primarily a service town for outlying farms, Cleve has preserved its rich farming heritage with impressive wall murals and permanent outdoor displays of everything from a dray to the..
Located on the shores of one of the most beautiful estuaries in Australia, Coffin Bay is an extremely popular retreat (its population of around 430 swells to over 2,000 in summer). There..
Coulta is a small country community, situated at the foot of Marble Range, in picturesque sheep and cereal farming country.
A short drive takes you to the beautiful, tranquil beaches for..
Cowell is a seaside town on the Eyre Peninsula offering interesting attractions, a variety of accommodation and a fascinating history.
Franklin Harbour, a 48 square kilometre natural..
The rough and tumble times of early whaling have made way for peace and tranquility at Fowlers Bay, where the sand hills are awesome and fishing is fine.
Named by Matthew Flinders in..
Situated halfway across Australia on the renowned Eyre Highway, Kimba is the eastern gateway to the spectacular Gawler Ranges, a short 100-kilometre drive northwest.
Kimba is a wheat..
Kyancutta derived its name from the local hill, which has the Aboriginal name Kutta Kutta meaning Little Night Hawk.
An official weather station was established in 1928 and members of the..
See Lake Gairdner, Australia's fourth largest salt lake and is the site of numerous land-speed record attempts when the lake is dry. Surrounded by brilliant red sand hills, the lakes..
Situated almost in the geographical centre of the Peninsula and thus an ideal base, Lock is a small town with good facilities set in a thriving sheep-farming and cereal growing district...
Lockswell Beach attracts fishermen from far and a wide. The beach, along with its beautiful sands and scenery, is known as having the most consistent catch of salmon in South Australia. Due..
Minnipa is one of several gateways to the beautiful Gawler Ranges National Park, famed for its Southern Hairy-nosed Wombats, pygymy possums, hopping mice and 140 species of wild..
Murphy's Haystack is the unusually shaped granite outcrops which sit on the central coastline of Eyre Peninsula. The formations are estimated to be nearly 1500 million years old! Originally..
The Nullarbor Roadhouse is the access point for adventure on the expansive Nullarbor Plain.
This roadhouse is much more than a service station, as it includes a motel, restaurant and..
The Nullarbor Plain is 77,000 square miles and stretches 720km. Not surprisingly, the name comes from the Latin Nullus and Arbor, meaning 'no trees'. The Nullarbor region is one of the..
Nundroo is an important service centre for travellers making the trek across the expansive Nullarbor - one of Australia's great road journeys. It's also the perfect base for..
Situated in Eyre Peninsula's central wheat belt, Poochera had its beginning as a small service town for the surrounding pastoral community. The township was not surveyed until 1920..
Port Kenny is a small township situated on the Flinders Highway, between Elliston and Streaky Bay, overlooking beautiful Venus Bay and catering for the needs of the surrounding mixed farms..
Port Neill is an attractive coastal town on the eastern shores of Eyre Peninsula, providing for tourists and visitors of all ages. Situated three kilometres off the main Whyalla - Port..
Sheringa is a fantastic spot for fishers and the more adventuress alike. The beach is known as one of the best surf fishing locations in Australia. If fishing doesn't take your interest..
Thevenard is a great place for spotting international ships as they stock up on grain, salt and gypsum from across the west coast of South Australia.
A small fleet of fishing boats also..
Sixteen kilometers in length and five kilometers wide, Thistle Island is the second largest island off the the coast of South Australia. This little paradise is blessed with good weather..
Although the township itself was not surveyed until 1882, pastoral leases had been taken out in the Wangary and surrounding areas much earlier. There are many stone buildings from the early..
The rural town of Wirrulla is an ideal spot to begin the scenic journey through the Gawler Ranges National Park (home to rare animals and amazing landforms) and north to Kingoonya and..
Wudinna is an ideal base to explore local natural attractions and the nearby Gawler Ranges National Park, a volcanic landscape rich with wildlife.
See Ucontitchie Hill, a rock of..
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