Eyre Peninsula is a patchwork of untameable and pristine nature, where a raw and rugged coastline stretches all the way to the WA border and ancient ranges and salt lakes sit under brilliant starry skies. Wildlife looms large here. Throw in our burgeoning epicurean scene, family-friendly outdoor activities, a growing number of on-country experiences and our arts events and history, and the Eyre Peninsula is full of adventures to be had and places to be explored.
Things to Do
Explore the region’s best natural assets as you rejuvenate with natural therapy: rock pools, giant coastal caves, ancient rock formations and of course our incredible national parks. From outback isolation to coastal paradises – it’s big nature vibes out here.
Encounter immersive wildlife experiences, of which swimming with sea lions and shark cage diving is just the beginning. Spot koalas in the wild, meet friendly dolphins and lose count of the kangaroos and emus as you journey through our national parks.
Taste the best the region has to offer, including incredible ocean-to-plate experiences and established breweries and distilleries. With local produce on the menu across the board, make the most of café lunches and small-town bakeries as well as fine dining options and local wineries.
Conquer the inland hiking trails, discover the wild side with our epic surf, go kayaking and sandboarding, and cycling and mountain biking – the opportunities are everywhere. Whether it’s a leisurely fish or something not for the faint hearted, adventure is all over the Eyre Peninsula.
Understand our proud First Nations history and the industrious migrants who settled here, and hear their stories told through vibrant artworks, local museums and knowledgeable tours. Time your trip around an event and you’ll see our community spirit on show.