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3-Day Seafood Lovers Private Tour

Overview

(Operates December to March)

It’s no secret the Eyre Peninsula is home to some of the world’s best seafood. Far from the pollution of big cities and framed by the untamed Southern Ocean, here rugged coastline is punctured by sheltered coves creating the perfect blend of aquatic environments for marine life to thrive. The Eyre Peninsula’s unparalleled seafood can be found in restaurants across the world but is best sampled straight from the source. Free your inner hunter and gatherer and shuck oysters just plucked from the ocean and reel in fish off the back of a boat. Sample your way around the region with the immersive ocean to plate experiences and learn about the seafood industry from those who live and breathe the salty air. Set to the backdrop of the Eyre Peninsula’s pristine coastal environment and paired with gourmet lunches, local produce and wine, and luxury accommodation, this is the ultimate seafood lover’s experience

3-Day Seafood Lovers Tour Map

Duration

3-Days

Departure

Adelaide

Group Size

Private (max 6)

Vehicle

Luxury Sahara 4WD

Untamed Moments

  • Half-day ocean-to-plate harvest cruise in Streaky Bay
  • Immersive Smoky Bay oyster tour and tasting
  • Four-wheel driving beach adventure
  • Feast on the region’s famed seafood and produce
  • Roam pristine beaches and pockets of wilderness
  • Drive along iconic Watermelon Drive and visit Lake MacDonnell

Inclusions

  • Flights – Adelaide to Ceduna return
  • Accommodation – 2 nights in a 4.5-star Spa Villa with ocean views
  • All experiences
  • All meals and beverages
  • Airport transfers
  • Transport – executive 4WD
  • Local guide and expert knowledge

Itinerary

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Day 1: Seafood Lovers Tour

A private vehicle will transfer you to Adelaide Airport to catch your short flight to Ceduna. Touching down in the Eyre Peninsula, your expert guide will greet you and give you an overview of what to expect for the next three days over lunch.

Then, a four-wheel driving adventure through undulating dunes to your own deserted beach heralds the start of your seafood safari. The vivid pink hues of Lake MacDonnell, world-famous swells of Cactus Beach and vast, deserted beaches of Point Sinclair offer endless photo opportunities. Pull up at Denial Bay, and try your hand crabbing for coveted blue swimmers to stow away for later. Come late afternoon, continue up the coast and check into your beachside spa villa with views over the ocean. Sit back as your guide regales local stories and prepares dinner featuring the day’s bounty. Sampling your seafood feast as the sun slips beyond the horizon, you’ll soon realise nothing compares to the satisfaction of tucking into a meal you’ve sourced yourself, especially when some of the best seafood in the world is on the menu.

Eyre Peninsula Prawns

Day 2: Seafood Lovers Tour

Wake to the gentle lull of waves lapping on the shore beyond your window and head out to your beachfront balcony for breakfast. Another seafood-filled day stretches out before you. Casting off aboard the 50ft sea vessel ‘Asherah’, the ultimate ocean-to-plate experience for seafood lovers awaits. Pluck and shuck your own oysters, then cast a line off the back of the boat and try your luck snagging Australian salmon, all in time for lunch. The crew will put each component of your catch to good use with an array of canapés paired with a curated list of local wines. It doesn’t get much better than this. Back on the mainland, take a stroll along the beach and relax at your beachside accommodation before joining the locals for an evening meal at the Ceduna Hotel.

Smokey Bay Oysters seafood lovers tour food and wine

Day 3: Seafood Lovers Tour

Savour your final moments by the sea on an early morning beach walk or enjoy a sleep-in set to the soundtrack of the ocean as your breakfast is prepared on the foreshore. Your gourmet seafood safari continues today with a coveted oyster farm tour. Winding down the coast to the sleepy seaside village of Smoky Bay, cast off to SA Premium Oysters’ working oyster lease, learning about the world- renowned industry from the boat crew. Disembark onto the ocean-framed viewing platform, and pluck and shuck premium Pacific oysters straight from the ocean. Surrounded by the glassy waters of Smoky Bay and reflecting on the past few days with a plump oyster in hand, you’ll understand why the Eyre Peninsula has been dubbed the seafood frontier of Australia.

As the day draws to a close, make one last stop at a secret bay for afternoon tea featuring a selection of freshly baked pastries and sweet treats paired with local dessert wines. Your guide will drop you at Ceduna Airport to catch a 5.20 pm flight to Adelaide, with airport transfers having you back to your accommodation at around 7 pm.


Know Before You Go

  • Flights are operated by Rex and depart Adelaide at 10 am and arrive in Ceduna at 11.30 am. Flights return from Ceduna on day three at 5.20 pm and arrive in Adelaide at 6.45 pm. Flights are subject to change and will be confirmed a month before departure.
  • Rates are based on Twin/Double Share. If you are travelling solo, you need to pay the Single Supplement rate.
  • We recommend storing some luggage at your return accommodation in Adelaide as Rex has a 15 kg luggage restriction per person plus one 7 kg carry-on. For more details on Rex Baggage Allowance, please visit their website.
  • Dietary requirements can be catered for, but please advise when booking.
  • As part of our COVID-Safe protocols, all passengers need to complete an online check-in, including a ‘Fit for Travel’ self-declaration to confirm they are free from illness. This is mandatory and must be completed at the latest 24 hours before departure.
  • Please read our full Booking Terms & Conditions before booking your tour.

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  • Avatar michelle ball ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    4 days of exploring and experiencing the Margaret River region. Wow wow wow, loved the visual delights, nutritional sensations, the slowness of yoga sessions, the workshops of sourdough making at One Table Farm; the education received from … More the Spice Mistress and her delightful food. The experience of tasting gin for the first time and walking an 8km section of the Cape to Cape. Thank you so much Jodie, Gem and Riley for making me feel so welcomed, you looked after us girls in every way. Glamping at Fair Harvest was a treat I’ll never forget 🤩🤩🤩
  • Avatar Riley Williams ★★★★★ a month ago
    What an amazing way to see the Eyre Peninsula! Hassie has got to be the most informed person of the EP, and wow does he have some stories.
    I will definitely be getting on an Adelaide Hills tour asap and maybe even one of their WA tours!
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  • Avatar Vaniece Kelly-Howe ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    We had a wonderful West Coast adventure - whale watching and more. We loved every minute and are looking forward to Untamed day trip Escapes around Coffin Bay and Port Lincoln coming up soon!
  • Avatar Maddie ★★★★★ 3 months ago
    We had a lovely day. It was so scenic and relaxing. we were not expecting to learn this much but so glad that we did.
  • Avatar Daniela Cetrangolo ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    In March 2021 four of us did the Best of Port Lincoln and Coffin Bay and we still talk about our experience when we catch up. From the minute we were greeted at the airport by our tour guide Ian the fun began. Ian was a fountain of information … More and he certainly made our experience memorable. He showed us many amazing sights, our hotel accommodation was A1 and our food was 10/10. Getting into our waders and sitting down at a semi-submerged water pavilion, shucking oysters washed down with some wine was an experience we will never forget. We will be back!!!
  • Avatar Trish Ferguson ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    I absolutely loved my 10 day trip across the Nullarbor from Adelaide to Perth, there was not one thing I would change. The Nullarbor was on my bucket list of things to do and you can’t do it any better than living out of a swag. If you … More get the chance to swim with the seals and dolphins do it, it’s worth every cent. I just loved seeing the kangaroos on the beach over in WA and the huge trees and the bush walks we did. Don’t think about it just go ahead and do it.
  • Avatar Paula McManus ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    We recently were treated to a fully guided whale watching tour and have been raving about it ever since. We saw things we were in awe of, went to places that we can't wait to return, learned things about the area that were amazing … More and stayed in beds that were oh so comfortable. We would recommend Untamed Escapes to anyone who wants to get the best of the Eyre Peninsula and Nullarbor Plain during whale watching season!
  • Avatar hamideh taleby ★★★★★ 4 months ago
    We did a whole day tour of Port Lincoln and it was truly the highlight of our trip. Our tour guide, Ian, was just so friendly and knowledgably about the area. It was definitely worth it and we are so glad we did it to discover the best … More of Port Lincoln!