About The Eyre Peninsula
Boasting a combination of pristine coastline, mouthwatering seafood, rugged landscapes and plenty of native wildlife, Eyre Peninsula is truly Australia’s Seafood Frontier.
From a seemingly never-ending coastline all to yourself and the vast emptiness of the Nullarbor Plain to towering limestone cliffs and ancient granite outcrops, prepare to be surprised in a region of contrasting landscapes. Eyre Peninsula’s remoteness, ruggedness and natural beauty are all part of its charm.
For animal encounters of the feathered, finned or four-legged variety, Eyre Peninsula won’t disappoint. Coastal waters are home to schools of marine life, whether it’s magnificent giant cuttlefish, playful sea lions, bottlenose dolphins or the inspiring Southern Right Whales, while inland get up close to kangaroos, emus, soaring eagles and rare native species.
Appreciated by fishing fanatics, Eyre Peninsula is renowned as one of the finest fishing areas in Australia. With abundant and varied catches the norm, this reputation is well-deserved. As a result, mouth-watering seafood is certainly on the menu. A tantalising smorgasbord from shellfish to finfish, all gathered from the pristine waters surrounding Eyre Peninsula, is guaranteed to please any seafood connoisseur.