Breathtaking Coastal Scenery & Marine Life Encounters
South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula often escapes the glare of tourists – but to overlook this magnificent area is perilous. This is a region teeming with jaw-dropping coastal scenery, unforgettable marine life encounters, bountiful nature experiences, and so much more. Be armed with a camera, because it will be required often.
Whatever interest or experience inspires your break, BIG4 Holiday Parks offers family-friendly cabin accommodation, caravan sites, and camping in Ceduna on the Eyre Peninsula. This is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday or the ideal pit stop on your way across the Nullarbor.
Parks in the Eyre Peninsula area
Turn your attention towards the coast when exploring the Eyre Peninsula – it rewards time and time again.
The chances to interact with marine life throughout the Eyre Peninsula are mind boggling. Swim with cuttlefish, sea lions, or dolphins, hand feed tuna, and embrace one of the most heart-racing experiences – swimming with sharks (from the safety of a cage, of course).
On dry land, there are prime whale-watching opportunities. Sublime beaches are in large supply and don’t usually come with a crowd.
Seafood lovers should gravitate to the Eyre Peninsula. There is a superb range of goodies to indulge in – oysters are prominent – and a self-drive seafood trail will point you in the right direction.
Away from the coast, discover fascinating landscapes and natural rock creations across the Eyre Peninsula. View the incredible Organ Pipes formation and other sights within Gawler Ranges National Park, or take an equally rewarding walk within Pinkawillinie Conservation Park. Elsewhere, the imposing pillars that make up Murphy’s Haystacks are engrossing.