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The Eyre Peninsula is renowned as a seafood lover’s paradise, but there’s plenty more to do in this spectacular part of the country, including the chance to explore over 2,000km of exquisite coastline or head to one of the region’s many national parks.

Discovery Parks – Streaky Bay Foreshore

Discovery Parks – Streaky Bay Foreshore provides an ideal stopover for those travelling across the Nullarbor, or those who just want to get away, relax and enjoy the magnificent coastal scenery – we have the destination to suit all your needs. Our beachfront accommodation includes ensuite units, cabins, caravan sites and camping. There’s great fishing, water activities, walking tracks, beautiful scenery, or enjoy just relaxing.

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Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park

Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park is the gateway from Ceduna across the Nullabor and the Great Australian Bight to Western Australia and is known as the Oyster Capital of Australia and home of the King George Whiting. Experience the unique park located on 55 acres of natural coastal reserve with secluded camping areas and 1km of beach frontage with magnificent views. 3 luxury apartments located on top of a living sand dune on the beach just 3kms from the town centre.

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Spear Creek Caravan Park

Spear Creek Caravan Park has it all. Located 25 kilometres south-east of Port Augusta, the park’s eastern boundary follows the summit of the Flinders Ranges north from Horrocks Pass, with walking trails through deep gorges to range top views of upper Spencer Gulf. You may meet any of the three different species of kangaroos, echidnas or 85 species of birds including wedge-tail eagles and peregrine falcons who call Spear Creek home.

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