Whether you’re after a relaxing getaway or a thrilling adventure the Eyre Peninsula has something for everyone! Boasting fantastic produce and an array of wildlife experiences and beautiful beaches, it’s hard to believe this incredible region is right on our doorstep.
Here are our top things to do in the Eyre Peninsula…
Visit the pristine beaches
There’s no shortage of picturesque beaches along the Eyre Peninsula. Here are the SATCs top five:
- Venus Bay – If you’re after adventure make sure to go snorkelling, kayaking, water skiing or fishing at this beautiful beach. Plus there’s a friendly dolphin population that lives here!
- Mount Camel – Famous for salmon fishing Mount Camel is also perfect for a surf. Make sure to stay around to watch the sun set here!
- Almonta Beach – Picture perfect. This beach is home to several species of wildlife.
- Memory Cove – The perfect spot to set up camp in the warmer months Memory Cove boasts beautiful scenery and pristine waters.
- Fishery Bay – A great spot for surf lovers a trip to Fishery Bay is a must for those who love catching a wave!
Coffin Bay is also a must see! If you’re looking for fresh produce go no further than the world-famous Oyster Farm Tour in Coffin Bay.
Image: Jade Collins – Fishery Bay, Eyre Peninsula
See Lake MacDonnell
Located near the Nullarbor Plain, Lake MacDonnell is a Salt Lake you’ve probably seen on your Instagram countless times. The lake has recently become one of the top tourist spots in SA and for good reason!
P.S. Other Instagram worthy shots can be found at:
- The rockpool at Greenly Beach
- Talia Caves
- The Silo Art at Kimba
- Tumby Bay’s gorgeous Street Art!
For more information, visit eyrepeninsula.com.au
Image: Lyndon O’Keefe, Lake MacDonnell, Eyre Peninsula
Experience wildlife up close and personal
There is no shortage of wildlife experiences to be had in the Eyre Peninsula!
If you’re a thrill seeker, Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions is for you.
For something a little more tame swim with bottlenose dolphins and Australian Sea Lions with Baird Bay.
Swim with Giant Cuttlefish with pureSA Tours.
Coffin Bay National Park, Lincoln National Park and Gawler Ranges are also ways you can see nature up close and personal!
Image: Calypso Star Charters, Hopkins Island, Eyre Peninsula
For more information and things to do in the Eyre Peninsula head to southaustralia.com.au or the Eyre Peninsula website.
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Make sure to check out the Foodland stores located in the gorgeous Eyre Peninsula during your trip:
- Streaky Bay
- Tumby Bay
- Whyalla One Stop
… And make sure to support the region’s local produce, such as Boston Bay Mussels!