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Lower Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

The Lower Eyre Peninsula is a picturesque region located in the southern parts of South Australia. Blessed with pristine beaches, sensational surf breaks, rugged coastline, tranquil bays and stunning national parks, the Lower Eyre Peninsula offers visitors an array of activities and attractions.

Getting There

The Lower Eyre Peninsula is approximately a 6 hour drive from Adelaide. There are also regular flights available from Adelaide to Port Lincoln which is the main city in the region. Once in Port Lincoln, visitors can hire a car or book a guided tour to explore the area.

Things to Do

Visit Coffin Bay National Park

Coffin Bay National Park is a must-visit for nature lovers. It is located on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula and is home to a diverse range of wildlife including kangaroos, emus and over 100 bird species. Visitors can also enjoy fishing, kayaking, bushwalking and camping.

Swim at Fishery Bay

Fishery Bay is a hidden gem located on the western coastline of the Lower Eyre Peninsula. It features clear turquoise waters, powdery white sand and stunning ocean views. Swimming and snorkelling are popular activities here.

Surf at Coodlie Park

Coodlie Park is a popular surf spot located on the eastern coast of the Lower Eyre Peninsula. It is well-known for its consistent waves and uncrowded breaks. Surf lessons and board rentals are available for those who are new to the sport.

Explore Lincoln National Park

Lincoln National Park spans over 1,000 hectares and features a mix of rugged coastline, pristine beaches, sand dunes and rocky outcrops. Visitors can take scenic drives, go bushwalking or set up camp and enjoy the stunning views.

Sample Fresh Seafood

The Lower Eyre Peninsula is famous for its fresh seafood. Visitors can indulge in mouth-watering oysters, abalone, kingfish and more at local restaurants and cafes. Seafood cruises are also available for a unique dining and sightseeing experience.

Where to Stay

The Lower Eyre Peninsula offers a range of accommodation options including hotels, motels, caravan parks and camping grounds. Port Lincoln is the main city in the region and has a variety of accommodation choices to suit all budgets and preferences.

Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation or culture, the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia is the perfect destination for your next getaway.

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