The Eyre Peninsula stretches 1000 kilometres (621 miles) from Whyalla in the east to the West Australian border. The landscape ranges from a beautiful coastline and dramatic Bunda Cliffs at Head of Bight to vast desert plains and a hinterland of golden grain.
Four wheel drive (4WD) touring is a popular way to experience close encounters with kangaroos, emus, wombats, soaring eagles and rare native species in the wilderness areas of the Gawler Ranges, famous for rugged rock formations, red soil and distinctive crevices, etched deep into the land. Port Lincoln is a booming fishing and aquaculture hub. From sailing to swimming with sea lions and diving with great white sharks, Port Lincoln has something for everyone. The Eyre Peninsula is renowned for its seafood smorgasboard, with shellfish, oysters, abalone and more on offer.