Dubbed as the Australian Seafood Frontier, Eyre Peninsula is perfect for those looking for a luxurious escape. From a gastronomical seafood experience to visiting wineries, this is a perfect destination for those who are looking for a seaside getaway without the large crowds.
Spanning over 2,500 kilometres of undisturbed coastline from the Spencer Gulf to the Great Australian Bright, it is home to beautiful sprawling vineyards, national parks and geological formations which date back to ancient times.
The easiest way to get to there is by plane and flight time is less than an hour for each leg of the journey.
Only a 15-minute drive from Port Lincoln, Lincoln National Park is home to Memory Cove. Soak up the sun or enjoy a dip in crystal clear waters in exclusivity as only 15 vehicles a day are allowed access.
Adrenaline junkies can go for a shark cage diving adventure and view the mysterious Great White shark in its natural habitat. Opt for swimming with the sea lions for a tamer experience.
And take a trip to Coffin Bay, home of the world-famous Eyre Peninsula oysters. Learn the art of oyster growing and be rewarded with a freshly shucked oyster buffet.
For an uninterrupted view of Boston Island, look no further than Port Lincoln’s Amazing Views. Only a few minutes’ drive to the city centre, it offers a split-level accommodation for up to ten and boasts features such as a large spa bath and a barbecue.
The budget conscious can choose to stay at Point Lowly and Fitzgerald Bay which offers both budget and free camping options.
Baird Bay camping ground is for those who want a fisherman’s paradise near an isolated beach. Campers have access to Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience where you can swim with the sea lions and dolphins.
The area oozes luxury and is all about seafood, but one can still find hidden gems such as Alicia’s café in Wudinna. Stop by for fresh and delicious food or a cup of coffee and cake if you are travelling along Eyre Highway.
Cruisers Hub Café at Port Lincoln is an alfresco dining option and a go-to for a quick fish and chips fix.
Located on Peter Teakle Wines Vineyard, Line and Label restaurant offers an award-winning dining experience This is a must for those looking for a wide selection of estate wines and a smorgasbord of seafood, meat, fruit and vegetables.