Coffin Bay is located on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula, a substantial 685km drive from Adelaide by way of Port Augusta.
Fowlers Bay is a remote outpost west of the Eyre Peninsula and around 900km west of Adelaide. Although it’s an easy highway stretch for the most part and can be reached in a day’s driving each way from the state capital.
Beachport Conservation Park is an idyllic coastal enclave located 380km southeast of Adelaide, back towards the Victorian border.
The Eyre Peninsula is the kingdom of the wind.
Barely 200km west of Adelaide, visitors to South Australia’s stunning Yorke Peninsula are blessed with 700km of coastline to explore.
Coffin Bay National Park is the diamond in the Eyre Peninsula’s rough.