With miles of beautiful beaches, some of the Australia’s best adventures, activities galore and an outback landscape that is rich, pristine and stunning, the mind can only start to imagine the endless list of attractions within the Eyre Peninsula. Right here along the coast you will find many of the country’s number of attractions that can all be right on your doorstep.
There is 2000kms of unspoilt coastline fringing the Eyre Peninsula where you can discover hidden caves, picnic at secluded coves and bay walk along scenic coastal tracks and enjoy year round swimming. There are surfing breaks to conquer, beach fishing and fishing charters that provide deep sea fishing and game fishing on top of one of the best attractions you will ever find anywhere…. Being able to go cage diving with the Great White Shark! Swim with the sea lions and dolphins at Baird Bay or go whale watch spotting from a number of vantage points along the coastline. Another great attractions that the Eyre Peninsula is famous for is being able to swim with huge cuttlefish that call these waters home or join a diving tour where you swim with massive tuna fish that can be found around Port Lincoln.
Hike through National Parks where you will come across gorges, ancient caves and a variety of flora and fauna, take a tour of the Nullarbor where you will see treeless plains, visit the Gawler Ranges, massive sand dunes that blanket the ground and unique rock formations, mountains and cliffs. The National Parks of the Eyre Peninsula are an amazing attraction, one not to be missed, as you will discover hidden treasures, secretes and fascinating stories surrounding these areas. Where ever you go within the Eyre Peninsula you will always be greeted with an abundance of wildlife that you can come face to face with, from koalas, possums, wombats, kangaroos, emus, lizards, goannas and birds, and these are just a small fragment of the land dwelling creatures, there are hundreds more within the ocean waters.
You can visit welcoming seaside communities where you can enjoy sumptuous dining delights, wonderful Eyre peninsula accommodation of many kinds, town attractions, museums, parks and gardens. Spend the night at plan to stay longer and make one of the Eyre Peninsula towns your base to explore from. There are wildlife parks, golf courses, shopping, farmers markets, annual events, races and music festivals. You can go four wheel driving across the sand dunes one day and then take to the skies for scenic flight the next. Another great attraction is certainly the local food and freshly caught seafood that you can dine on, whether you are in a restaurant or joining one of the tours, these treats are something not to be missed. Spend some time in the Botanical Gardens in Port Augusta, walk the rugged coastline of the Nullarbor where there are breathtaking sights all of the way, take a trip to Boston Bay Wines to sample a drop or two or soak up the history and heritage that surrounds the Eyre Peninsula.
Spend the day at a working farm and really get your hands dirty, pack a picnic and head to the beach with the kids or you can just sit back and watch the world go by in one of the cafes, bars or restaurants along the beachfront. The Eyre Peninsula offers so many attractions for you to look forward to on your holiday and these are only the start of them!