Come face-to-face with a great white shark or swim with dolphins, seals and giant cuttlefish. Get your adrenaline pumping on the Eyre Peninsula.
Experience Australia's seafood frontier
The Eyre Peninsula is Australia’s seafood frontier
and is renowned as one of the finest fishing areas in Australia. The region boasts plentiful and varied catches, and as a result, mouth-watering seafood is certainly on the menu. Seafood connoisseurs will be in heaven.
Seafood is the lifeblood of the region. A visit to the Eyre Peninsula wouldn’t be complete without taking part in the distinctive Seafood Trail. Go on an insightful journey along the pristine coastline from Whyalla to Streaky Bay. Watch as kingfish, oysters and Murray cod are farmed and processed or take part in one of the available tours.
Brochures and maps
Ready to start exploring? See the Eyre Peninsula's brochures and maps.
Swimming with sea lions is one of the Eyre Peninsula's unique wildlife experiences.
All aboard for action-packed adventures
Outdoor adventurers visit for big game fishing and four-wheel driving (4WD) through wild and untamed landscapes. Wildlife adventurers visit for unrivalled aquatic experiences
like shark cage diving and swimming with sea lions or dolphins.
Experienced surfers flock to the Eyre Peninsula’s deserted surf beaches
to ride the big waves and beach breaks.
The Eyre Peninsula is also the gateway to the Nullarbor –
the treeless plain that stretches more than 720 kilometres to the West Australian border. During the winter months, the coastal waters off Head of Bight are home to migrating southern right whales and their calves.
It’s a little bit scary but a whole lot of fun
Find the magic in something a little bit scary on the Eyre Peninsula. From coming face-to-face with the ocean’s most feared predator (in the safety of a shark cage
of course) to stuffing your face with a one kilogram king oyster or swimming with friendly sea lions –
the Eyre Peninsula is frontier territory that surprises and delights.
Join a tour
Allow a local guide
to show you around the Eyre Peninsula, unlocking the many secrets of the region. They know where to spot the native wildlife, can help you find the freshest seafood and will show you all the hidden places that make the Eyre Peninsula special.
Tours range from a couple of hours to several days and cover a range of experiences. These include boat and fishing charters, underwater adventures, four-wheel drive (4WD) safaris and of course, food and wine.
You'll find a host of tour operators who will gladly arrange your touring and travel arrangements, leaving you with some of the best experiences you’ll ever have.
Ask a local
The Visitor Information Centres located at Ceduna, Elliston, Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Whyalla are open seven days a week and the friendly staff are always on hand to help you with your plans, so drop in and say hi.
Visit the Eyre Peninsula
website for more local information.
Jump into the sparkling blue waters of the Eyre Peninsula to swim with friendly and inquisitive Australian sea lions in the wild.
Step into inner-city life or retreat to private beaches without a soul in sight. Escape to the wild or relax in luxury. It’s all yours to enjoy.