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EYRE PENINSULA www.duesouthaustralia.com.au | 73 Swim with Australian sea lions at Seal Cove. PACK your adventurous spirit and journey to Eyre Peninsula. This sparsely populated Peninsula offers the chance to leave city life far behind whilst only being 50 minutes by air from Adelaide. The endless outdoor adventure on offer will make for an unforgettable holiday escape. The pristine waters of this region, along with marine and national parks, make it an ideal place to get up close and personal with some native wildlife. The global popularity of shark cage diving and swimming with dolphins has thrill seekers coming from far and wide. There are a number of tours and cruises available to create your own unique experience with charters available across the region. Eyre Peninsula has a great range of eating options from high-end restaurants to cafés and country pubs. Food lovers will be in heaven with some of the world’s best seafood. Dine on Southern Rock lobster, abalone, oysters and Southern Bluefin tuna – all caught fresh – while tasting local boutique wines. No wonder Eyre Peninsula is known as ‘Australia’s Seafood Frontier.’ Follow the self-drive Seafood Frontier route from Whyalla to the far west coast. Visit artisan producers, wineries, oyster sheds and farm gates on your journey. This triangular piece of land, bound on each side by the waters of Spencer Gulf and the Great Australian Bight, shows off its staggeringly beautiful landscapes and magnificent wilderness. From soaring cliffs and sand dunes to rugged mountain ranges, this region has so much more to offer. Eyre Peninsula Experience one of South Australia’s most favourite holiday destinations with amazing beaches, incredible wildlife and world-class seafood.
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