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Eyre Peninsula - Cities, Towns and Localities
• Ceduna
• Coffin Bay
• Cowell
• Nullarbor
• Port Augusta
• Port Lincoln
• Streaky Bay
• Tumby Bay
• Whyalla
 
In addition to the above, other towns, villages and localities in the Eyre Peninsula include:
• Elliston • Louth Bay • Venus Bay
The Eyre Peninsula is a vast region stretching from Whyalla in the east to the West Australia border in the west, a distance of 1,000 km and 400 km in a north-south direction from the Gawler Ranges to Port Lincoln and an area that is larger than the state of Tasmania.

The Spencer Gulf borders the eastern edge of the Peninsula where visitors to the region can find sheltered waters, safe swimming, sandy beaches and excellent fishing. In contrast, the west coast is exposed to the force of the Southern Ocean and offers some spectacular coastal scenery, all up there is over 1,600 km of coastline.

The region encompasses a area bordered by three major roads, The Flinders, Eyre and Lincoln Highways. Visitors can enjoy the myriad of towns such as Ceduna, Elliston, Nullarbor, Port Augusta, Port Lincoln, Streaky Bay, Tumby Bay, and Whyalla to name just a few.

There are also a number of national parks and reserves, including Lincoln National Park and Coffin Bay National Park. You can see whales playing with their young off the coastline, try your luck at some of the best fishing spots in Australia, or explore the Gawler Ranges.

Check out our listing of Eyre Peninsula accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Ceduna Visitor Information Centre

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Eyre Peninsula Attractions

Coffin Bay National Park
• Covering some 30,380 hectares Coffin Bay National Park covers the entire Coffin Bay Peninsula and contains some of Australia’s most beautiful, unspoilt coastal wilderness areas.


Murphy’s Haystacks
• Email • Murphy’s Haystacks are a unique feature of the West Coast of South Australia. About 39k south of the quiet seaside town of Streaky Bay stands a rock formation called Murphy’s Haystacks. The origin of the name is interesting in itself but the rocks or “inselbergs” that are the haystacks are even more fascinating. A must see for every visitor.

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