Australian Traveller - - The 100 -

A land­scape of seem­ingly end­less white sand (10 kilo­me­tres, in fact) with cerulean water, a pine-tree-lined fore­shore, and a back­drop of rolling farm­land with wild­flow­ers in the spring… we feel re­laxed al­ready. Tumby Bay is a renowned fish­ing des­ti­na­tion with end­less op­tions to throw in a line at the jetty, on a char­ter, at the beach, on the rocks, or the nearby Sir Joseph Banks Group of Is­lands. But if you’re not an an­gler at heart, there’s plenty more in this peace­ful lit­tle nook to keep you happy with great div­ing, bush­walk­ing trails and bird-watch­ing.

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