Discover the ultimate seafood safari on the Eyre Peninsula, from the multi-million dollar tuna industry in Port Lincoln to plucking oysters straight from the sea in Ceduna on the Seafood Frontier road trip.
Road trip through the Eyre Peninsula‘s oceanic utopia and stop to swim with sea lions, encounter great white sharks on a truly unique South Australian cage diving experience or wander along pristine beaches where the waters are literally teeming with seafood. Download the Seafood Frontier road trip map and enjoy a safari of some of the freshest and most sumptuous seafood on offer. Here’s our guide to the best things to see and do along the Seafood Frontier road trip.
1. Swim with Giant Cuttlefish, Whyalla
Set your coordinates for Whyalla where an incredible natural phenomenon puts this historic seaside town on the map. The annual migration of Giant Australian Cuttlefish is one of the most spectacular events under the water – and is unique to South Australia. Each year between May and August, they gather in their thousands to mate and spawn off the coast. Known as the chameleons of the sea, cuttlefish change their colours and patterns wildly as they swim around, making for an underwater circus that snorkelers and divers won’t want to miss, and Pure SA or Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries have your front row tickets to this epic colour show.