The Eyre Peninsula region spans over 2,000 kilometres of coastline from the top of Spencer Gulf and extending all the way to the state border with Western Australia.
The peninsula's eastern coastline along Spencer Gulf features sandy bays and family friendly beaches. The western coastline of the peninsula, which marks the start of the Great Australian Bight, consists of secluded surf beaches, sand dunes and rock formations. A striking feature of the coastline further west along the arid Nullarbor Plain are towering limestone sea cliffs, while in the waters below hundreds of whales gather during the winter.
The Eyre Peninsula is a major seafood hub, with local catches on the menu at many restaurants, while its inland areas with their spectacular granite outcrops, are home to grain and pastoral industries.