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.
The last stop on our Eyre Peninsula road trip was the town of Whyalla. In the past, my impression of Whyalla was one of a hot dry and dusty town, where all you noticed was the massive steelworks that the town revolves around. The steelworks still is the biggest industry in town but there is… Read More Whats New Whyalla?
The town of Cowell on Eyre Peninsula is an interesting one, it has a lot of interesting aspects going for it at the moment but will be one to watch in the next few years, as millions of dollars are being spent in upgrading its foreshore area. The grants for the project have come from… Read More Cowell – An Eyre Peninsula Town to Watch
Point Gibbon free camp has made it to our favourites list for its location and for the spectacular scenery which included pristine white sand dunes to explore, an easily accessible beach to fish from and visits by large pods of dolphins, swimming by each day. This is another council maintained camping area with a decent… Read More The Point of Free Camping ~ Point Gibbon
Another free camp of note we stayed at during our Eyre Peninsula trip was Lipson Cove, named after Australia’s first Harbour Master. Apart from the well laid out and defined camping area, you have a couple of long drop toilets and rubbish bins provided, and one long and lovely white sandy beach for your $10… Read More Lazing at Lipson Cove
On our tour around Eyre Peninsula we took a detour to make sure we didn’t miss illuminate Tumby, before resuming our itinerary back on the other side of the peninsula’s coast. Tumby Bay had so much going for it that we were definitely stopping in again on our way back, to see more of what… Read More Tumby Bay ~ So Nice, We Visited Twice