The Eyre Peninsula, a region stretching from Whyalla in the east, to the Western Australian border; from the Gawler Ranges, south to Port Lincoln.
The area has many tourist resort towns, sheltered waters, and a number of national parks.
Visit Wudinna on the Eyre Highway, 571km north/west of Adelaide, the gateway to the Gawler Ranges.
Then travel along the winding, gravel road through the Gawler Ranges, an area of volcanic activity millions of years ago.
The Ranges are renowned for their display of wildflowers in the Spring.
With hundreds of species of birds: the Emu, Wedge-tailed Eagle, the Major Mitchell Cockatoo.
See the Red and Western Grey Kangaroo, the Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat, the Pygmy Possum.
With activities ranging from bush-walking and rock climing, as well as many opportunities for spectacular photography.
Venus Bay is a picturesque small seaside holiday town which sits on a narrow peninsula overlooking Venus Bay and its islands.
It is quiet, peaceful and friendly and its tranquil sheltered waters provide an absolute mecca for the small boat and jetty fisherman as well as water-skiing, swimming, canoeing or sailing.
The town Lookout offers breathtaking views of towering cliffs and booming surf rolling in from the Great Australian Bight.
Keen board riders can also view surf conditions of nearby surf beaches from here.
Coodlie Park Farm
Beachaven Holiday House
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