Albany to Eyre Peninsula Tours

Are you researching Albany to Eyre Peninsula Tours? The journey between Albany and Eyre Peninsula has some of the most unforgettable and stunning destinations stops. This section of coastline is guaranteed to leave you grinning ear to ear and truly blown away by the beaches, oceans, animals and people. Therefore, we have put together a few important pieces of advice for your journey.

Must Stops

The great advantage of being on Albany to Eyre Peninsula Tours is that you’ll get taken to the best highlight sights and destinations along the route. Do not miss the chance to walk through ancient tingle forests in the Valley of the Giants.

Join an Ancient Empires Walk which navigates you through the forest at the base of the Giant Tingle Trees, then climb higher into the Treetop Walk, one of the most visited place on the coast. You will also find yourself winding amongst the canopies and seeing beautiful wildlife, flora and fauna.​​​​

Beautiful Beaches

Cape Le Grand National Park in our personal opinion if one of Australia’s most spectacular National Parks. If you are a lover of turquoise, perfectly clear waters, and squeaky white sand beaches then this is a must-visit.

Like something from an idyllic dream the National Parks coastline is undisturbed other than the occasional sunbathing kangaroo. With a group tour, you’ll also be sure to discover all the best beaches along the route between Albany and the Eyre Peninsula.

Unmissable Attractions and Excursions

The Eyre Peninsula until very recently was Southern Australia’s best kept beauty. An experience which will have you grabbing for your cameras at every corner.

The Peninsula Farmers’ and Fishermans’ Markets are well worth a visit, the Eyre Peninsula allows you to experience Australia’s freshest seafood, with oysters plucked straight from sea to plate.

Sand Dunes at Lake Newland

One brilliant stop, just up the road from Eyre Peninsula is the sand dunes at Lake Newland the perfect excuse for the adventurous ones of you to grab a sand-board and launch yourselves down the dunes at exhilarating speeds. Once tired from a day’s exploring, Coodlie Park is the perfect location to have a true Aussie evening with a night’s stay at their exclusive bush camping ground.

Sleeping in the impressive and unique swag huts. This is the perfect accommodationin the Eyre Peninsula to Meet with other tourists, sharing stories and travel experiences over a real Australian dinner in the wilderness.

Baird Bay and Fowlers Bay

Yet another unmissable spot, Baird Bay and Fowlers Bay are the perfect place for lovers of the ocean and marine life. Here you can join a day cruise with the chance to swim and snorkel with the spirited sea lions and dolphins.

This area of coastline offers a real and unique experience, exploring the true Australia, with unspoiled beaches and beautiful nature walks. With many hidden gems, of tiny villages, bush walks, Australian history and friendly wildlife.

If you are looking to stay in South Australia a while, here you can find the best accommodation in the Eyre Peninsula.


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