eyre peninsula

A triangular land mass at the bottom of Australia between the Spencer Gulf and the Great Australian Bight, South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula is home to  pristine coastlines, and an abundance of succulent seafood.

With Eyre Peninsula’s economy based primarily on agriculture, aquaculture and fishing, it’s no wonder it is home to more than 65% of the nation’s seafood. These pristine, nutrient-rich waters are home to various premium wild caught, and carefully farmed species. All of Eyre Peninsula’s precious fisheries are closely managed to ensure sustainability and longevity of the industry.

Take the Seafood Frontier Road Trip from Adelaide to Ceduna via a multitude of coastal towns synonymous with prize winning catches, or simply ask your local fishmonger for “Eyre Peninsula seafood”!

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