There's no need to choose between the outback and the ocean...
Not in the Eyre Peninsula, anyway. Flanked by the Gawler Ranges to the north, the Spencer Gulf to the east and the Great Australian Bight to the west, this triangular peninsula is one of South Australia's most unique (and beautiful) regions. Where else can you hike through 1500-million-year-old rock formations, explore glistening salt pans and pluck your own oysters straight from the sea? Throw in a passionate local to show you around, abundant native wildlife and some of the country's best seafood, and you've got an unforgettable Aussie adventure.
Eyre Peninsula highlights
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