Whyalla Weekend Escapes
300 blissful days of sunshine shine down upon the sweeping sands that fringe the dramatic east coast of Eyre Peninsula. Whyalla, enclosed by turquoise seas to one side and red-dyed conservation parks to the other, is a lively South Australian city found at the top of Eyre’s eastern coastline.
Whyalla gleams with a gripping history comprised of Aboriginal culture, settler stories, mining industry and marine explorations. Today in what is South Australia’s fourth largest centre, multiple museums share these intriguing stories of the past with visitors.
Meanwhile at the water’s edge, crystal waters and bright white sand tempts travellers all year round. From May – August some of the world’s largest and most colourful cuttlefish attract visitors from across the globe to South Australia. Local dolphin residents of Whyalla, some of which have befriended local fishermen, swim close to the shores each day.
Discover a town rich with marine life and built upon unique histories; experience a Whyalla Weekend Escape.