A Taste of Eyre

The Eyre Penin­su­lar’s rich nat­u­ral bounty is na­ture’s def­i­ni­tion of in­dul­gence and abun­dance with wildlife ex­pe­ri­ences and seafood din­ing of an in­tense, rare qual­ity.

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Fresh seafood, beau­ti­ful beaches, abun­dant wildlife and small-town hos­pi­tal­ity char­ac­terise the Eyre Penin­sula. The Port Lin­coln Ho­tel is your start­ing point for your ad­ven­ture. En­joy a swim with Aus­tralian Sealions or slip into a cage to see Great Whites. You can pad­dle with preda­tory tuna, pho­to­graph Koalas in tan­gled gum trees and still be back in time for award-win­ning seafood din­ing and fine wine as the sun sets over Bos­ton Bay.


Swim with Aus­tralian Sealions and cage dive with Great White Sharks Taste award-win­ning food and wine See re­mote coast­lines and beau­ti­ful se­cluded beaches Learn about lo­cal wildlife and cul­ture with an ex­pert guide


Day 1 You’ll be picked up early morn­ing at Port Lin­coln Air­port by your guide and taken for a cruise on a Tesla Elec­tric Boat be­fore lunch at Del-Giorno’s award win­ning seafood restau­rant. Hav­ing learnt about and tasted the ex­cep­tional seafood, you’ll head to the tuna farms to see how its pro­duced and then (be­lieve it or not) jump in and ac­tu­ally swim with, pho­to­graph and hand feed Bluefin Tuna. Your ac­com­mo­da­tion for the du­ra­tion of the tour will be a seav­iew room over­look­ing Bos­ton Bay.

Day 2 At the top of ev­ery­one’s list is a day trip to the Nep­tune Is­lands to see Great White Sharks. The boat trip it­self takes you around beau­ti­ful is­lands and se­cluded beaches. Once on site, you have the op­tion to drop into the cage and see these grace­ful preda­tors un­der­wa­ter - no div­ing ex­pe­ri­ence is needed.

Day 3 A fi­nal chance to swim with lo­cal wildlife, you’ll head out in the morn­ing by boat to an Aus­tralian Sealion colony where in­quis­i­tive young seals play closely around you as you swim. Your guide will then

take you to visit Mikirra sta­tion to see and pho­to­graph Koalas close up. You de­part by flight from Port Lin­coln back to Ade­laide.

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