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The Eyre Peninsula

The Eyre Peninsula Seafood Platter

The Eyre Peninsula is packed with adventure experiences, relaxing coastal getaways and fantastic seafood delights.

Eat like a local. Beautiful fresh seafood, there’s always a catch of the day. From tuna, whiting and oysters to fresh abalone. Explore the Seafood Trail, the Eyre Peninsula is home to the largest commercial fleet in the Southern Hemisphere so there’s lots to see and do.

Take a journey from Whyalla to Streaky Bay and sample the delectable produce all the way, adored by seafood connoisseurs from around the world.

Learn more about the industry itself on a tour. Get up close and personal with a tuna or take a cruise through the fishing fleet at the Port Lincoln Marina, see how an oyster is shucked or just partake of some incredibly fresh goodies straight from the boats.

Adventure abounds on the Eyre Peninsula. Outdoors lovers come from around the world for big game fishing and four wheel driving. Brave the shark cage diving experience and swim with sea lions, dolphins or massive bluefin tuna.

Great White Shark

Surfers also love the Eyre Peninsula for it’s deserted surf beaches with the big breaks.  You can also use the Eyre Peninsula as a gateway to the Nullarbor Plains.

Swim with dolphins from a sailing catamaran, kayak alongside them near the bank or even take a dolphin spotting cruise on the Port River. The dolphins share a special relationship with humans on the Eyre Peninsula.

Unlock the secrets of the region on a tour, let a local guide show you the best places to eat, where the native wildlife lives and more. Tours range from a couple of hours to several days worth of experiences. You can go on a fishing charter, an underwater adventure, four wheel driving and of course, fantastic food and wine tours too.

The Eyre Peninsula has a wide range of environments, from neat farmland to rows of vineyards to ancient red landscapes, wild bushland and dramatic coastal vistas.

Visit the Visitor Information Centre in Port Lincoln or any of the other centres on the Eyre Peninsula for some really detailed information.

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