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A must for gourmet connoisseurs & adventurers alike.

The Eyre Peninsula is the place we have called home for 20 years. We might be a little biased, but we think it’s the most special place on Earth. Here, you can roam some of Australia’s most postcard-perfect beaches without another soul in sight. It’s little wonder, the windswept coastline stretches almost 2,500 breathtaking kilometres. From towering sea cliffs and big ocean swells worshipped by surfers to calm, secluded coves and beaches where clear, turquoise waters gently lap on snow-white sand. Life here is irrevocably entwined with the sea.

Above all, the Eyre Peninsula is synonymous with seafood. From oysters and abalone to crabs, crayfish and an innumerable species of fish, the Eyre Peninsula’s seafood is sought after the world over. Here, the ocean’s bounty can be sampled straight from the source, waist-deep in the calm waters of Coffin Bay or just reeled-in off the back of a boat. 

It’s also a land where wildlife reigns supreme. The bushland around these parts provides an untouched sanctuary to some of Australia’s most iconic animals, including kangaroos, koalas, emus and an astounding array of birdlife. The region’s sprawling national parks offer countless opportunities to witness nature untamed and free in the wilderness.

But the real magic happens under the ocean’s surface. This remote location makes it a haven for some of the world’s most diverse and rare sea life. Peel on a wetsuit and dive in for immersive close encounters as you swim with wild sea lions and dolphins, come face-to-tooth with a Great White Shark cage diving or witness one of the biggest migrations of whales in the world. The Eyre Peninsula will be etched in your memory forever.

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