Category: Eyre Peninsula

How to Spend Easter in SA’s Regions 2019

Written on April 12, 2019 in Adelaide

The Easter long weekend is fast approaching, and a four-day break is too good an opportunity not to make the most of. We think Easter is best spent exploring the nooks and crannies of regional South Australia, so pack the car, bundle the kids in, and hit the road because we’re on the search for...

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WHAT’S ON: Australia Day 2019

Written on January 23, 2019 in Barossa

It’s the first long weekend for 2019 and we don’t plan on wasting it! From Adelaide Hill’s winery festivals and beach escapes in Yorke Peninsula to tuna tossing in Eyre Peninsula, take a look at our list of things to do that will keep you entertained from Friday to Sunday. MAJOR EVENTS  Crush Festival 25-27 Adelaide Hills...

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A Day on the Bay 2017 – Coffin Bay

Written on September 22, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

Sunday 24th of September the stunning coastal town of Coffin Bay comes alive for a food, wine and music event for the whole family.   The event showcases the world famous Coffin Bay Oysters and the food and wine of the Eyre Peninsula – something South Australian’s are very proud of. It’s held at various...

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See and Do: 10 Experiences on Eyre Peninsula

Written on July 19, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

The Eyre Peninsula is a popular destination for international travellers as well as interstate visitors, due to its unique experiences on offer including opportunities swim with marine life and unique seafood produce on offer. Explore the expansive coast of the Eyre Peninsula and tick these top 10 things to do off your list as you...

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Welcome to Eyre Peninsula

Written on July 18, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

Experience one of South Australia’s most favourite holiday destinations with amazing beaches, incredible wildlife and world-class seafood. 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 outd...

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Our Picks: Things to see and do on Eyre Peninsula

Written on July 17, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

It’s hard to go past the shark cage diving but there are so many experiences to keep you entertained. 1. Explore the magnificent rock formations and wildlife of the Gawler Ranges National Park. 2. Visit Coffin Bay National Park and explore the breathtaking coastal scenery, stunning beaches and abundant wildlife. 3. Get up close and...

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What’s On: Events on Eyre Peninsula

Written on July 16, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

Visitors to Eyre Peninsula can enjoy a number of activities throughout the year including farmers markets, food and wine festivals, and of course the famous Tunarama Festival. A Day on the Bay 24 September 2017 Various locations, Coffin Bay www.coffinbay.net Ceduna Oysterfest 29 September–1 October 2017 Ceduna www.ceduna.sa.gov.au/oysterfest Tuna...

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Savour: Eating on Eyre Peninsula

Written on July 15, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

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...

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