EYRE PENINSULA TOURISM BLOG
School holidays aren't that far away, so what family friendly activities can you do in July around here? Museums! The Eyre Peninsula has a whole bunch of excellent museums around the region, and we've collected a couple here to get you thinking.Read More
We have more 'winter on the Eyre Peninsula' ideas for you right here - a street art tour in Tumby Bay! Featuring some amazing artwork (to look at and pose in front of), as well as delicious local eats from L'Anse Tumby Cafe, this is the perfect afternoon activity for the whole family.Read More
Winter (and the cooler months) are the perfect time to visit the Gawler Ranges, so we've put together a list of just seven of the things you can do in this underrated national park. Exploring ancient granite outcrops, star-gazing and walking through wildflowers... read on to discover what you could do this winter!Read More
Oysters oysters oysters - and we have some of the best! Along with our other seafood of course. Read on to learn about this delicious industry and how you can make the most of it on the Eyre Peninsula. Hot tip: you can literally take an oyster roadtrip along the coast!Read More
What a way to ring in the new year! If you've ever thought about shark cage diving, this is the blog for you. You don't need to go to South Africa for this amazing experience - it's right here in Port Lincoln, South Australia. Read on to learn what it's actually like, and where you can book.Read More
The final part of our Eyre Peninsula adventure is here! Click through to read Part 3, featuring a swim with Australian sea lions and dolphins at Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience, cave exploring, unsuccessful fishing and running up and down sand hills. Trust us - you'll want to swim with sea lions after reading this!Read More
Our Eyre Peninsula trip continues with Part 2: rock pool hunting and a visit to the stunning Gawler Ranges as we adventure into the outback. Lots of animal sightings, a golden sandy beach and a beautiful rugged landscape - click the link to read on and get some inspiration for your own Eyre Peninsula adventure!Read More
Part 1 of our Eyre Peninsula roadtrip! Discover our journey around Port Lincoln and Coffin Bay as we experience (some) of the good things - cuddly native animals, beautiful beaches and delicious oysters, just to start. Read on for inspiration on what you can do in the area, though keep in mind there's a whole lot more to do than what's included here!Read More
Contemporary café culture is something you might associate with big cities. There are so many articles about what’s new and cool on the east coast of Australia that surely no one cares anymore? But this article covers something you may not know: you can find some pretty eclectic cafes in our regional towns that wouldn’t be out of place in Melbourne!Read More
You’ve heard about swimming with sea lions (and dolphins, tuna et cetera) but have you heard about swimming with Giant Cuttlefish? Read on to discover these amazing creatures, and how you can swim with them on your very own tour.Read More
Congratulations to the Eyre Peninsula tourism operators on their success at the 2014 SA Tourism Awards. Eyre Peninsula operators and organisations were finalists in ten of the thirty one categories, a great result for our region.
11 businesses from the Eyre Peninsula will compete against some of South Australia’s finest visitor experiences at the 2014 South Australian Tourism Awards.
The Awards Gala Dinner, Tourism’s Night of Nights, will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday 14th of November and will showcase some of the State’s highest quality attractions, restaurants, cellar doors, accommodation businesses and more.
More than 1400 serves of Eyre Peninsula’s local seafood were served from the Eyre Peninsula stand at Tasting Australia last weekend. The event, now the largest food and wine event in South Australia, saw tens of thousands of culinary enthusiasts through the gates keen to sample some of South Australia’s finest food and wine offerings.Read More