South Australia's Eyre Peninsula & Nullarbor Plain
Welcome to the Eyre Peninsula, home to pristine coves and bays, lush forest, vast open spaces and rugged limestone cliffs.
Stretching thousands of kilometres along the coastline of South Australia, the Eyre Peninsula is a natural wonder in its own right. Enter the peninsula via the town of Port Augusta, 300 kilometres from Adelaide, and discover the towering Bunda Cliffs and large Murrawijinie Caves.
The Nullarbor Plain has unique rock formations, vast mountains, and breathtaking coastal views over the Great Australian Bight.
Kangaroos, emus and wombats live amongst the hills and gullies of this red terrain, and it is not uncommon to spot migratory Whales from the top of sightseeing cliffs.
Many tours provide visitors with a once in a life time opportunity to swim in crystal clear water amongst wild Sea Lions, an experience that cannot be missed.
The charming seaside town of Port Lincoln is situated at the tip of the peninsula, and is fringed by beautiful beaches and backed by the Lincoln National Park, providing the pefect stop over while touring this vast area.
Must do & see:
- View the impressive Bunda Cliffs
- Walk through the Murrawijinie Caves
- See Murphy’s Haystacks near Streaky Bay
- Try the fabulous Seafood at Port Lincoln
- Swim with wild Sea Lions
- Whale Watching at Head of Bight
- Camp at the Gawler Ranges National Park
- Visit the Wadlata Outback Centre at Port Augusta
- Discover the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts & Culture Centre.