Salt Flat Lake GairdnerDiscover more than 2,000 kilometres of spectacular coastline. Famous blue waters, secluded beaches and coastal cliffs spanning the Great Australian Bight are just the beginning of Eyre Peninsula's stunning scenery.

Staying at a national park offers fantastic camping, fishing, bushwalking and 4WD adventures. Explore this stunning ancient playground with plenty to see and do for the entire family. Starry skies, epic salt lakes, bush hikes to waterfalls, natural granite amphitheatres and a large meteorite crater lake…not to mention world-renown seafood.

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The Eyre Peninsula opens its arms to the weary overlander no matter the season. Set your sights on the Nullarbor Plain’s endless horizons or shelter behind dunes on the West Coast near fertile waters and swim with bottlenose dolphins at Baird Bay. Marvel at a dry salt lake past the glorious Gawler Ranges or head to East Eyre and dive among cuttlefish and seahorses in the gentle Spencer Gulf. If you’re looking for adventure, take it up a notch and dive with sharks at Port Lincoln.

With well-maintained roads, camping and caravan parks on absolute beach frontage, rocky routes and beach driving opportunities, Eyre Peninsula packs in plenty for the long haul!

If you're looking for suggestions on where to go or what to see and do in the Eyre Peninsula, below are a few suggestions you'll definitely want to explore:Silo Art Toomby Bay


You'll never run out of exciting nature walks to explore throughout the region—there's something for all experience levels. Here are three of our favourites: 

  1. Oyster Walk, Coffin Bay An easy wander along sections of the Oyster Walk that follow the foreshore through Coffin Bay. At the eastern end there is a loop to a lookout in Kellidie Conservation Park, and an out-and-back trail to Old Oyster Town.

    Eyre Peninsula Walking Tour
  2. Yeldulknie Conservation Park Hiking Trail (north of Cleve) Moderate bushwalks with 4.4 to 7km options, walk out to a seasonal waterfall through Mallee woodlands.

  3. Stamford Hill Hike, Lincoln National Park (near Pt Lincoln) () A 2.3km hard hike to the top with magnificent views of Boston Bay and surrounds. Read the interpretive signs about the challenges Matthew Flinders encountered in finding water.

For more Walking trails in the Eyre Peninsula, click here to visit Walking SA's website.


With more than 20 caravan parks throughout the Eyre Peninsula, you’re sure to find your perfect haven away from home.

Caravan parks offer a range of facilities, sites and cabin accommodation from budget to luxury... camp kitchens with shiny stainless steel appliances to barbecue areas, kids’ playgrounds, equipment hire, games rooms, fish cleaning stations and much more. Many parks cater for motorhomes and recreational vehicles with dump points available throughout the region.

There are many prime spots to camp on Eyre Peninsula, but you’ll want to check first to see what permits (if any) are needed, and if transferable between parks.

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