I recently travelled and experienced the untouched beauty of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia to find an absolute beauty!
From spectacular coastal landscapes to the wildly beautiful outback you will see a diversity not only in rugged landscapes but also aquatic and land-based wildlife.
Something that does stay the same theme are the local guides, hospitality & the genuine local characters you meet as part of your visit to the Seafood Capital of Australia, Port Lincoln and the stunning, ancient & geologically fuelled, Gawler Ranges.
Each day welcomed us with memorable & very unique wildlife, geological, culinary, 4WD, photography & educational experiences such as a 4WD Safari through massive sand-dunes, swimming with the Australian Sealions and Dolphins at the same time (the only place in Australia you can do this), visit arguably Australia’s best native koala experience, see landscapes that only a few ever see from the raw, rugged & natural coastline to the extraordinary colours of the red sands, blue skies and glistening white salt lakes of the Gawler Ranges.
The Gawler Ranges offer an amazing diversity and profusion of wildlife in numbers I have rarely seen elsewhere in Australia. Dancing on the glistening white of the salt lake Lake Gairdner was one of the highlights of the trip.