In addition to the world-famous seafood, Eyre Peninsula is home to a booming agricultural industry that produces wheat, barley and a variety of boutique high-quality olive oils. Whether from the sea or the land, you’ll be left wanting more.

The region’s restaurants and cafés reflect the bountiful produce including the renowned Southern Bluefin tuna from Port Lincoln and the delicious oysters from Coffin Bay.

1802 Oyster Bar – Coffin Bay
Sit on the large outdoor deck and soak up the sea views while feasting on a delicious array of local oysters and seafood.
61 The Esplanade, Coffin Bay
www.1802oysterbar.com.au

Del Giornos Cafe + Restaurant
If you love seafood, or if you’re looking for some delicious modern Australian cuisine or just a great coffee, look no further than Del Giorno’s Café Restaurant at Port Lincoln. Del Giorno’s is located on the foreshore of Boston Bay and offers breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.
80 Tasman terrace, Port Lincoln
www.delgiornos.com.au

Pier Hotel Port Lincoln
The Pier Hotel is located just a two minute walk from the Port Lincoln town jetty and a quick six minute drive from award-winning Boston Bay Wines. Featuring some of Port Lincoln’s fresh local seafood and produce including kingfish, prawns and mussels, complemented with a comprehensive list of local wines. Enjoy a long lunch with views to die for.
33 Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln
portlincolnpier.com.au

Pope’s Honey
Try our delightful variety of honeys collected from the abundant flora of lower Eyre Peninsula. Buy local, taste the difference and support a South Australian farmer.
Port Lincoln 10 minutes from the GPO (by appointment only)
www.popeshoney.com.au

Port Lincoln Hotel
Featuring three different dining options including local favourite, Sharkys Bar for the perfect pub grub, Sarin’s Bar & Bistro for all-day café dining, and finally, the stylish Sarin’s Restaurant offering fine dining by night.
1 Lincoln Highway, Port Lincoln
www.portlincolnhotel.com.au

The Fresh Fish Place
Factory direct seafood > tasting plates > eat in or take-away > behind the scenes tours.
20 Proper Bay Road, Port Lincoln
www.portlincolnseafood.com

Whyalla Hotel
The hotel has an extensive beer garden where you can enjoy your evening on those mild summer nights. The restaurant, Caffé Primo, is fully-equipped with experienced chefs. Open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
10 Gowrie Avenue, Whyalla
www.newwhyallahotel.com.au