Eyre Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2018-2019 Eyre Peninsula Visitor Guide
EVENTS May–August 2018 Cuttlefish Aggregation, Point Lowly 3rd Weekend August 2018 Whyalla Show www.whyallashow.com Easter Long Weekend 2019 uneARTh Festival 11 May 2019 78th Anniversary of the Launching of the HMAS Whyalla, WWII War Ship For more information on events, visit www.whyalla.com Point Lowly Lighthouse, Whyalla Stony Point, Point Lowly FLINDERS HWY LINCOLNHWYlincolnHWY PORT AUGUSTA TO PORT LINCOLN TO CEDUNA FITZGERALD BAY WHYALLA CONSERVATION PARK IRON KNOB POINT LOWLY HIGHWAY Sealed road unsealed road FREYCINET TRAIL LEGEND WHYALLA WHYALLA THINGS NOT TO MISS Giant cuttlefish The annual aggregation of the Australian Giant cuttlefish is one of the most spectacular natural events in the Australian marine environment and unique in the world to Whyalla. The cuttlefish can be viewed snorkelling and are best filmed diving. These ‘chameleons of the sea’ arrive between May and August in their tens of thousands and some infrastructure has been installed at Black Point and Stony Point to enable shore access. Dolphins Kayak at Whyalla marina, enjoy the close company of our adorable and friendly dolphins. They are here all year round! Heritage and tours Visit the Whyalla Maritime Museum with the first warship ever built in South Australia. Learn the story of early Whyalla at the Mt Laura Homestead Museum, enjoy views from Flinders and Freycinet lookout and Hummock Hill, and take a tour of the GFG Liberty Steelworks. Iron Knob Look out over a mine site at Iron Knob, the birthplace of the Australian iron ore mining industry. Hear from a local the stories, the history and the facts.