If there’s one holiday destination that deserves the saying; location, location, location, it has to be Tumby Bay on Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. This is one of my favourite towns in South Australia, and we’ve visited a few times in the last couple of years because it’s that good.
Another exciting opportunity has arisen where I will be contributing stories and photos to Unsealed 4×4, starting with some Top Fishing Spots on the Eyre Peninsula. Take a look here for the first story.
The Colour Tumby Festival has wrapped up for 2022 and what an awesome long weekend it was, full of colour, fun and loads of events to interest everyone in the family. This is the fourth time this street art festival has taken place and it now combines with a number of other community and council… Read More Colour Tumby 2022
‘Welcome to Point Lowly Camping Zone’ the sign proclaims as you drive into this small fishing village full of shacks and some newer and bigger houses, that all hug the coastline. It’s easy to see why, with the whitest of white sand beach in front and turquoise water to fish in; and this picturesque spot… Read More Off Grid Campers Welcome – Point Lowly
Further west than Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, you’ll find Eyre Peninsula, and it is worth every bit of the drive. It takes a good 4 hours to drive to the top of the Peninsula from Adelaide and from there you can branch off to discover many great locations in 11 different council areas on… Read More Top 5 Eyre Peninsula Summer Stays
We recently spent time wandering along the coastline of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, stopping at caravan parks as well as many campgrounds that are dotted along this spectacular coast. We discovered some beautiful beaches along the way, some with massive sand dunes to explore and long white sandy beaches to take a walk.