While holidaying from home might not be your dream destination, taking time to connect and relax with places you love fuels well being, resilience and calm.
Shark diving on the Eyre Peninsula
The Eyre Peninsula
Distance from Adelaide: 7 hour and 30 minute drive (630km west from Adelaide)
Visually awe inspiring, this slice of coastline epitomises the beauty of South Australia with its abundance of nature reserves, pristine beaches and succulent seafood. Although it’s a bit more than a day trip away we couldn’t miss this destination off the list.
At the south-eastern tip of the Eyre Peninsular is Lincoln National Park. Discover beautiful beaches and rugged islands, perfect for a family adventure like no other. Hike, fish, snorkel or laze and bathe at sun-kissed beaches in this secluded paradise. Coffin Bay is also an undeniable treasure. Here you can truly eat your fill of the freshest oysters, snorkel coves at Coffin Bay National Park and experience the unbridled beauty of nature at its most pure.
Don’t miss: Come face to face with a powerful Great White Shark from the safety of an enclosure. A truly unforgettable moment in the deep blue awaits those wishing to encounter one of the world’s most awe-inspiring marine creatures. Check out world’s first shark “Aqua Sub” with Adventure Bay Charters.