Eyre Peninsula

Tourist and Travel Information for the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

The Eyre Peninsula is a huge expanse of land that has the Spencer Gulf to the east and is bordered by the Great Australian Bight in the west and includes main towns such as Port Augusta and Ceduna and many other interesting coastal community and country towns that dot their way through the region. There are daily flights into Ceduna, Port Lincoln and Whyalla with a few well known flight companies as well as regular coach buses and tour companies making their routes through the Eyre Peninsula.

The Eyre Peninsula is a place like no other, where you can feel like you are the only ones around for miles, enjoy a holiday of absolute seclusion and yet be closely located to so many wonderful activities and attractions that are just a short drive away. Breath the fresh air, feel the cool sea breeze on your skin, run freely and experience a holiday of complete relaxation. Come where there are no crowds, walk along pristine sun kissed beaches, soak up the history and heritage that surrounds the region and jam pack your holiday with so many fun filled things to see and do.

Whalers Way Sturt Lakes Murphys Haystacks

Here you can stay in any number of Eyre Peninsula accommodation properties all ranging in price from budget through to luxury, have all the creature comforts of home and have somewhere to put your feet up come the end of the day. There are resorts, bed and breakfasts, self contained one, two, three and four bedroom apartments, holiday homes by the sea, guest houses, cottages, caravan parks, townhouses, villas and penthouses that can all be booked all year round. Take advantage of the holiday specials and packages offered at many of the accommodation properties or have a package tailer made to suite the type of holiday you are after.

There are miles of beaches to explore, year round swimming, surf breaks to conquer, sailing, diving and fishing. Jump on board a charter for the day for a spot of fishing or diving upon some of the neighbouring reefs or enjoy a wildlife spotting cruises where you can come up close to whales, dolphins, sea lions and so much more. With the National Parks and forests that are within the Eyre Peninsula, sea and land dwelling animals, it certainly is a nature lover’s paradise. There are tours of every kind from diving with sharks, four wheel driving across the Gawler Ranges, hiking, bush walking, heritage trails and sightseeing tours. Visit the numerous museums and galleries, browse the towns and villages or take a scenic flight over the Nullarbor Plains! Taste some sensational food and cuisines along the way, meet the friendly and welcoming locals where ever you go and experience a place that is unlike any other.

Eyre Peninsula will capture your heart and soul, with its untouched landscaped, rugged coastline, beautiful countryside and laidback lifestyle. Plan a beach holiday with the kids, bring your loved one for a romantic holiday with a difference or start planning an adventure holiday you will never forget. There are so many amazing things to see and do that you are certainly going to need more than just a couple of days to see just some of what the Eyre Peninsula has waiting for you!


Important Travel Information for Eyre Peninsula:
  » Eyre Peninsula Council   » Eyre Peninsula Tourism
  » Wiki Travel – Eyre Peninsula   » Smartraveller.gov.au
  » Bom.gov.au