The Gawler Ranges region boasts magnificent volcanic rock formations, providing a landscape as rich in beauty as it is in iron ore deposits.
Bushwalks in such dramatic settings contrast the calm and atmospheric beauty of camping on the edge of Lake Gairdner - a perfect start to your journey around the Eyre Peninsular.
Coffin Bay & Lincoln National Parks on the Southern Eyre Peninsular are home to some of the most spectacular coastline you're ever likely to discover. It plays host to a diverse range of native wildlife, from Heath Goannas and the elusive Western Whipbird to the Limestone Needlebush.
Along secluded beaches and over windswept cliffs, treading where early seafaring explorers once stood, you'll lap up the natural aura of this stunning region.