The Lower Eyre Peninsula offers visitors some of the most unique experiences in Australia.
From cage diving with Great White Sharks and swimming with playful sea lions to tasting fresh oysters in the water and exploring the white sandy beaches in the Coffin Bay National Park, it’s full of must-see experiences.
The Lower Eyre is the perfect place to start discovering why the Eyre Peninsula is called Australia’s Seafood Frontier. Taste fresh prawns, mussels, squid, crab and a delicious variety of fish at one of the local restaurants – believe us, you can’t get fresher – or see the region’s aquatic life up close.
For the adventurous swim with sea lions, dolphins and tuna, or take the plunge and cage dive with the Great White Sharks. We’re the only place in Australia you can do it – and one of three worldwide!
The famous ‘Coffin Bay Oyster’ is just down the road, too, in – you guessed it – Coffin Bay (try them straight from the ocean, it’s worth it). Check out the stunning Coffin Bay National Park, with its crystal clear water, sandy beaches, epic sand dunes and abundant wildlife.
And if you get tired of the ocean? Just head inland, and catch those gorgeous sunsets over outback views.