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Eyre Peninsula Accommodation
Discovery Parks - Whyalla Foreshore
Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel
Port Lincoln Hotel
The Eyre Peninsula boasts a combination of pristine coastline, rugged landscapes and an abundance of native wildlife, and is like no other region on earth.
From a seemingly never ending coastline and the vast emptiness of the Nullarbor Plain to towering limestone cliffs and ancient granite outcrops, the Eyre Peninsula's remoteness, ruggedness and natural beauty are all part of its charm. For animal encounters of the feathered, finned, or four-legged variety, Eyre Peninsula won't disappoint. Coastal waters are home to schools of marine life, whether its magnificent giant cuttlefish, playful sea lions bottlenose dolphins or the inspiring Southern Right Whales. Inland get up close to kangaroos, emus, soaring eagles and rare native fauna species.
For natural beauty and the great outdoors, the Eyre Peninsula is home to several national and conservation parks - Coffin Bay, Gawler Ranges, Lake Gilles, Lake Newland, Lincoln and Memory Cove, Mamungari, Nullarbor, Point Labatt, Sir Joseph Banks Group, Whyalla, Yellabinna and Yumbarra, and the renowned Great Australian Bight Marine Park.
Whether it's on land or at sea, Eyre Peninsula is a fabulous destination for an unforgettable holiday.