ADELAIDE TO PERTH, Nullarbor, WHALES - 9DAY TOUR AND VISE-VERSA BACK TO ADELAIDE.
Port Lincoln, South Australia
Port Lincoln is the hub of the fishing industry on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. Located on the tip of the Peninsula, Port Lincoln boasts scenic beauty and coastal locality. Port Lincoln is the largest city in the West Coast region, located approximately 280 kilometres from Adelaide.
The city is reputed to have the most millionaires' per capita in Australia and is home to the 2003, 2004 and 2005 Melbourne Cup winner, Makybe Diva.
Coffin Bay, South Australia
Coffin Bay is a beautiful seaside town located on the western side of the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. The town swells during holiday seasons due to its popular coastal attractions such as boating, sailing, swimming, water-skiing, skydiving, wind surfing, and fishing.
Coffin Bay is renowned for Oyster farming in the quite waters.
Ceduna, South Australia
Ceduna is a small town in the West Coast region of South Australia. It is situated in the northwest corner of Eyre Peninsula, facing the islands of the Nuyts Archipelago. It lies west of the junction of the Flinders and Eyre Highways, around 786 kilometres northwest of Adelaide. The main industries are agriculture, aquaculture and tourism. The sheltered bays and sandy coves make it a popular location for a beach holiday. Ceduna is the last major settlement before crossing the Nullarbor Plain.
Denial Bay, South Australia
Denial Bay is a small fishing and tourist town, 14 kilometeres from Ceduna, South Australia. The town has extensive European history, first built in 1889, and now hosts a large expanse of oyster farms, one of the largest on the Eyre Peninsula. The oysters grown in both the Denial Bay and Smoky Bay regions account for approximately 20% of all oysters grown in the state.
Fowlers Bay, South Australia
Fowlers Bay, formerly Yalata, is a small coastal town in South Australia, approximately 912 kilometres north-west of Adelaide. Situated on the Nullarbor Plain, it was once an active port and a gateway to the western reaches of the continent, but fell into decline in the 1960s. Today, Fowlers Bay is a popular overnight destination between Nundroo and Penong, and its good fishing facilities, attractive beaches and surrounding historical ruins gives the town some interest for tourists and sightseers.
Head of Bight, South Australia
Head of Bight is the perfect location on Australia's South Coast to watch Southern Right Whales return to shore during the calving season in their winter migration. Located on the eastern end of the Great Australian Bight in South Australia, the site attracts tourists travelling along the highway from Adelaide to Perth.
Lucky Bay, Western Australia
Located on the scenic south coast of Western Australia, Lucky Bay was named by one of Australia's earliest European explorers, Matthew Flinders when he found his ship surrounded by islands and rocks at nightfall. It's a pretty sandy bay, sheltered from the south westward, with clear waters.
Esperance, Western Australia
Esperance is a popular Western Australian coastal town, attracting visitors from afar. The major industries include agriculture, tourism and fishing. Esperance is most noted for its coastline and has been voted Australia's best beaches, Australia's whitest sand and Western Australia's most popular beach. Esperance is also home to the Cyclops wave, said to be the worlds heaviest wave, with massive amounts of water unloading on shallow reef. Near the town itself are numerous beaches, offering surfing, scuba diving, and swimming.
Margaret River, Western Australia
Margaret River is a premium wine region, located three hours from Perth. From stunning beaches to tall timber forests, and award winning wineries, Margaret River has it all. Producing over 15 per cent of Australia's premium wine, the tastings are top notch. And besides the wineries, you'll be spoilt for choice with many fine restaurants, boutique breweries, art galleries and fresh produce, from divine cheeses to chocolate.