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Kangaluna Camp, Gawler Ranges Wilderness Sanctuary

The Eyre Peninsula Road Trippers Guide

Journey to the Eyre Peninsula: a land of beautiful national parks, bountiful seafood, unique Australian wildlife and gorgeous coastal scenery.

Things to do

Embark on a seafood safari, setting sail to catch your own lunch. Trek to secluded coves, across pure white shores, and get up-close to iconic Australia wildlife.

Top picks

Swim with dolphins and sea lions at Baird Bay.
Explore Eyre Peninsula's Indigenous Tourism Trail, discovering Aboriginal culture and heritage.
See the sights with Adventure Bay ChartersFred’s Marina Cruise.
Take to the skies and watch whales from above with Chinta Air Tours' Whales And Wheels.
Experience the Nullarbor Roadhouse’s a Flight, a Night and a Bite package: a night at Nullarbor Roadhouse, a two-course meal with wine and a 30 minute scenic flight over Head of Bight during whale season.
Slurp Coffin Bay’s best oysters with Oyster Farm Tours and Pure Coffin Bay Oysters.
Spend a day reeling-in the goods or sipping cocktails at sunset with EP Cruises.
Get up-close to koalas, kangaroos and a wealth of wildlife at Mikkira Station or Glen-Forest Tourist Park.
Go wild and explore the rugged Gawler Ranges.
Spend the day exploring boundless Lincoln National Park or Coffin Bay National Park.

Discover the region's wild side with Xplore Eyre's Wild West Coast tour.


Whale Watching, Great Australian Bight. Photo: Great Australian Bight Right Whale Study, Curtin University

Whale Watching, Great Australian Bight. Photo: Great Australian Bight Right Whale Study, Curtin University.

Where to eat and drink

Dig into some of Australia’s very best fish, prawns and oysters in waterfront cafés and restaurants, relax at friendly town pubs or get out on the water and catch your own dinner

Top picks

1802 Oyster Bar, Coffin Bay, serving-up some of the best oysters in Australia in beautiful beachside surrounds.
The Bistro at Ceduna Foreshore Hotel, Ceduna, delicious seafood in a laid-back local pub setting.
Pure Coffin Bay Oysters, Coffin Bay, slurp South Australia's best oysters.
Sarin’s Bar & Restaurant, Port Lincoln, a local favourite for great food, fine wine and good vibes.
Del Giorno’s Café, Port Lincoln, comfy Italian restaurant specialising in seafood, with beautiful ocean views.
The Fresh Fish Place, Port Lincoln, Port Lincoln’s premier seafood centre offering eat-in and take-away options. You can even take part in a seafood cooking class!
Hotel Eyre, Whyalla Playford, a one-stop shop for lunch and dinner with a bistro-style menu and modern décor.


Del Giorno's Cafe, Port Lincoln

Del Giorno's Cafe, Port Lincoln.

Where to stay

No matter your preference, you’ll find plenty of fantastic holiday parks, camping spots, hotels and motels on the Eyre Peninsula.

Top picks

Spend the night glamping at Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris’ Kangaluna Camp.
Camp in Lincoln National Park.
Camp in Coffin Bay National Park.
Big 4 Ceduna Tourist Park, Ceduna.
Discovery Parks, Streaky Bay Foreshore
Discovery Parks, Whyalla Foreshore.
Camel Beach House, Mt Camel Beach.
Nullarbor Roadhouse, Eyre Peninsula.
Baird Bay Ocean Eco Apartments, Baird Bay.

Kangaluna Camp, Gawler Ranges Wilderness Sanctuary

Kangaluna Camp, Gawler Ranges Wilderness Sanctuary.


Want more? See our full Eyre Peninsula guide for food and wine suggestions, more accommodation optionstours and charters, maps and brochures and what’s on.

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