Eyre Peninsula and Nullarbor Attractions

The Eyre Peninsula is South Australia's premier seafood producing region and is also the place for underwater adventures - swim with sea lions and bluefin tuna and go shark cage diving.

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1. Eyre Peninsula seafood trail
Producing more than 60 percent of South Australia’s seafood, the Eyre Peninsula is seafood heaven! The trail guides visitors to the best restaurants around the region or straight to the producer. seafoodtrail.com

2. Shark cage diving
The pristine waters near the Neptune Islands provide one of the best places to view a great white shark. Take a charter from Port Lincoln and feel the exhilaration as these majestic creatures sail past, all from the safety of a cage. adventurebaycharters.com.au, sharkcagediving.com.au or rodneyfox.com.au

3. Whale watching
From May to October each year, southern right whales make their way to the warmer waters off the Nullabor Plain coastline. Head of Bight is the most accessible place to view these marvellous creatures, while a whale watching cruise from Fowlers Bay is one step better. southaustralia.com

4. Swim with sea lions and dolphins
Playful sea lions and darting dolphins can all be seen in the waters off Eyre Peninsula. Take a chartered tour, don a wetsuit and hop in the water for an up-close experience. bairdbay.com.auadventurebaycharters.com.au calypsostarcharters

5. Gawler Ranges
With geological formations that a more than a billion years old, the Gawler Ranges is home to incredibly (and sometimes quirky!) granite outcrops such as Murphy's Haystacks. Lake Gairdner, the dry salt lake surrounded by ancient hills, is one of the highlights of the ranges. environment.sa.gov.au

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