The Eyre Peninsula is a great South Australian holiday destination.
Visit the HMAS Whyalla and stroll on it’s giant deck before our journey takes us along the peninsula’s east coast to Port Lincoln, the seafood and aqua culture capital of Australia.
Take a Harbor Cruise at Boston Bay, taste local wines and walk along the panoramic shores of Ceduna.
Whether it is the Southern Right Whales frolicking in the Great Australian Bight, rugged limestone cliffs, kilometres of unspoilt coast line, fresh seafood, indigenous culture or the giant Pildappa Rock that interest you, our Eyre Peninsula Tours showcase it all.
Taste pure oysters at Coffin Bay and walk among the Murphy Haystacks which are so nicely arranged by mother nature.
It is whale season at the Head of Bight and you can watch the gentle creatures playing and feeding in the bay. We take an Eco Whale Watching Cruise at Fowlers Bay and learn everything you want to know about the beautiful whales.
Discover massive inselberg formations like Pildappa Rock and Mount Wudinna located on the edge of the Gawler Ranges National Park.
Eyre Peninsula Tours Highlights & Inclusions
- Pickup from Adelaide City Hotel around 7 am
- All Meals from Morning Tea Day 1 until Lunch Day 8
- 22 Meals – 7 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 7 Dinners
- Drinking Water, Snacks and Fruit
- 3x Nights Award-Winning Port Lincoln Hotel
- 3x Nights Foreshore Hotel in Ceduna
- 1x Night Standpipe Motor Inn in Port Augusta
- HMAS Whyalla Guided Tour
- Port Lincoln
- Boston Bay Cruise
- Guided Walking Tour of Port Lincoln Harbor
- Coffin Bay Oysters Tour and Tasting
- Coffin Bay National Park
- Boston Bay Wines
- Murphy’s Haystacks
- Talia Caves
- Streaky Bay
- Whale Watching Cruise at Fowlers Bay
- Head of Bight Whale Watching
- Whale Centre at the Head of Bight
- Axel Stenross Maritime Museum
- Pildappa Rock
- Mount Wudinna
- Arid Lands Botanical Gardens Port Augusta
- Fully Guided Activities
- Drop Off Adelaide City Hotel or Adelaide Airport
Adelaide to Whyalla, Arno Bay and Port Lincoln Day 1 to 3
Port Lincoln is the seafood and aqua culture capital of Australia, also called the “Seafood Frontier”, boasting the largest fishing fleet off any Australian town or city. Enjoy a guided walk with a local along the harbour and get first-hand information about the importance of Port Lincoln’s fishing industry. Discover Boston Bay by boat, a cruise that will showcase the dimensions of this area, which is three times bigger than the Sydney Harbor. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Port Lincoln Hotel overnight
Take a step back in time and browse through the Axel Stenross Maritime Museum this morning. Meet the wine maker at Boston Bay Wines, enjoy a structured wine tasting and a gourmet lunch at the vineyard. Explore Coffin Bay with its stunning white beaches and taste fresh oysters provided for us by the owners of an oyster farm. Finish the day with a delicious dinner at the Marina Hotel, situated at Port Lincoln’s spectacular Lincoln Cove Marina. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Port Lincoln Hotel overnight
Elliston to Murphy's Haystacks, Streaky Bay and Ceduna, Whale Watching Cruise, Head of Bight Lookout Day 4 to 6
Today we travel to Fowlers Bay a hidden paradise with kilometres of white sandy beaches and crystal clear blue water. The bay offers great protection for the Southern Right Whales and their calves. We get up close and personal on a two hour whale watching cruise. Upon return learn about the area’s rich indigenous history with a visit to the Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre in Ceduna. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Ceduna Foreshore Hotel overnight
The beginning of the famed Nullabor Plains, Nullabor meaning “no trees”, is where we are headed. But it is not trees we seek, we are looking out for the Southern Right Whales frolicking below the Bunda Cliffs. Each year the whales call this coast their home and you can watch them nursing their calves, looping out the ocean or waving to us. Check out the Head of Bight Interpretive Centre and this day is sure to be one of your lifetime memories. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Ceduna Foreshore Hotel overnight
Discover Pildappa Rock and Mount Wudinna, Port Augusta Arid Lands Botanical Garden Day 7 and Day 8
Port Augusta, once a major port of wool, minerals and wheat is now a tourist centre, the entrance to the Flinders Ranges, the Northern Territory, Eyre Peninsula and the Nullabor Plains. Stroll among some of the 200 acres of the Arid Lands Botanical Gardens before heading south along the highway back to Adelaide. Arrive in Adelaide by 4 pm. Breakfast, Lunch
These tours are wonderful. Attention to detail keeps everyone happy and they have many return people. I have done 5 tours. Kangaroo Island wonderful and the Eyre Peninsula. (but the others good too) Value for money is fantastic.HolidayOften, Tripadvisor
What a wonderful trip, thank you so much. Bob and I wanted to visit the Eyre Peninsula and we couldn’t have chosen a better tour and company to take us there. Everything was just great.Barbara, Facebook
Eyre Peninsula Tour
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