Eyre Peninsula

Eyre Peninsula, a region the size of Tasmania with a coastline of more than 2,000 kilometres, is a nature lovers’ paradise. The region boasts spectacular, diverse and often untouched landscapes. From massive limestone coastal cliffs and open surf beaches with sparkling white sand, sheltered bays with natural rockpools, over 100 national and conservation parks, unique rock formations and caves, as well as rolling hills and natural bushland, there is plenty to explore and discover. There are also plenty of opportunities to get close to prolific wildlife in their natural habitat, including kangaroos, emus, bettongs, dolphins, sea lions, great white sharks, blue fin tuna, southern right whales, wedge tailed eagles and the endangered yellow-tailed black-cockatoo – just to name a few!

This unique pristine environment underpins Eyre Peninsula’s position as one of the world’s premium food regions. World famous for its seafood, Port Lincoln, the Seafood Capital of Australia and Eyre Peninsula are also home to wineries and olive groves, perfectly suited to its Mediterranean climate.

While staying at Tanonga you can enjoy world renowned freshly shucked Coffin Bay oysters from Jill and Michael's family owned and operated oyster farm.


Map of Eyre Peninsula