Explore the Eyre Peninsula, Australia’s Seafood Frontier
Entrance to the Outback (photos courtesy of Gawler Ranges Safaris)
What is there to do on the Eyre Peninsula?
The rugged and untouched Eyre Peninsula is located on the west coast of South Australia. Don’t be deceived, the area of the Eyre Peninsula is equal to the size of Tasmania. It has a jaw-dropping array of landscapes, from sheltered beaches, weathered oceanic coastline to the red sands of the outback. It is a photographers dream!
The Undiscovered Great Ocean Road (photos courtesy of Goin Off Safaris
Activities on the Eyre Peninsula
- Goin’ Off Safaris
- Gawler Ranges Safaris
- Coffin Bay Explorer – Swim with Dolphins
- Fowlers Bay Eco Park – Whale Watching
- Whyalla – Swim with the Cuttlefish
Eyre Peninsula Regional Visitor Guide
For more information – check out the Eyre Peninsula Visitor Guide online.
Town Visitor Guides, Eyre Peninsula
Pick up a copy of the local town visitor guides from the visitor information centres, or browse them from the comfort of your iPad!