Streaky Bay Foreshore Tourist Park is located in the picturesque coastal town of Streaky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula, 704 kilometres west from Adelaide. Our proximity within SA is detailed below.
- Adelaide 704 km
- Port Augusta 398 km
- Ceduna 110 km
- WA-SA Border Village 591 km
- Port Lincoln 297 km
- Whyalla 356 km
- Perth 2046 km
- Poochera 64 km
- Wudinna 133 km
- Kimba 236 km
- Elliston 128 km
- Talia Caves 80 km
- Venus Bay 77 km
- Port Kenny 63 km
- Ceduna 112 km
Streaky Bay Foreshore Tourist Park’s location makes it an ideal stop-over for those travelling across the Nullarbor, or if you just want to get away, relax and enjoy the magnificent coastal scenery.
We are an ideal base to travel down to Australia’s only permanent sea-lion colony at Point Labatt. Travelling via the scenic Westall Way Tourist Drive featuring pristine sandhills, cliffs with breathtaking sea views, rock pools, excellent fishing, swimming and surfing.
On the return trip, stop off at Murphy’s Haystacks, which are huge granite Inselbergs, located in the middle of a wheat field.
Streaky Bay is renown for its year round fishing and is home of the prized King George Whiting and Snapper species. You can also be assured of plenty of Blue Swimmer Crabs in summer and early Autumn, from the bay or the jetty. Razor fish also are plentiful in the shallows all year round.
Around the town you will find picnic and BBQ facilities along the foreshore and at Lions Pioneer Park. Browse the National Trust and restored engine museums that detail a past era in farming. Take in the sights of the walking/bike trail that follows the coastline for approximately 5 kilometres.
There is a playground and shelters at Doctors Beach, fishing and crabbing from the jetty, a community school and town jetty pools for swimming.
Streaky Bay is also the home to many oyster farms so you can always be assured of a feed of fresh local oysters when in season.