Accommodation - West of Adelaide

Port Lincoln Whyalla

The Eyre Peninsula stretches 1,000 kilometres from Whyalla in the east to the Western Australian border, and 400 kilometres from the Gawler Ranges in the north to Port Lincoln in the south.

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Port Lincoln Accommodation
Port Lincoln is the Eyre Peninsula's second largest city, set on the shores of Boston Bay, Australia's largest natural harbour.
Whyalla Accommodation
With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, fascinating history and plenty to see and do Whyalla is the ideal holiday destination.
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Whyalla - Cuttlefish Mating Mecca and MoreWhyalla - Cuttlefish Mating Mecca and More
A four-hour drive west of Adelaide, Whyalla is a seaside mining town is known as the place “where the outback meets the sea”. To divers, Whyalla is known as Australia’s Cuttlefish Mecca. Each winter thousands of Australian Giant Cuttlefish (Sepia apama) gather in the shallow waters around Whyalla to mate.
Great White, great divingGreat White, great diving
This was my first time diving with Calypso Star Charters and Captain Rolf who had come highly recommended.
Australian Sea Lions - what a buzz!Australian Sea Lions - what a buzz!
It was around midday, when Andrew Fox suggested that conditions were perfect for a brief stop over at Hopkins Island and take a dive with Australian Sea Lions.
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