Sites & Selected Cabins
In and around Whyalla Foreshore Holiday & Caravan Park
It's officially Cuttlefish season but only until August! With a dive shed free to use for guests as well group rates available, contact the park for more information.
The gardens link to the Whyalla foreshore and provide a large, relaxing, well shaded area great for barbeques and picnics. Feature a collection of kangaroos, birds and other wildlife, tennis courts and play equipment.
Snapper fishing season in Whyalla opens in December and is the start of ideal snapper fishing conditions with plenty of bountiful opportunities to hook a snapper.
A local icon that stands out on a point jutting into the northern end of the Spencer Gulf, named Point Lowly by Matthew Flinders in 1802. The light is a 1000-watt lamp that gives one flash every 5 seconds, with a range of 26 nautical miles (48 kms).
Hear the story behind over 100 years of significant Australian iron and steelmaking history, and the $350 million OneSteel ‘Project Magnet’.
This museum is rich with the local history of Whyalla. Originally built in 1922 as a sheep station, it has been since converted into a heritage site. Look at pictures from the olden days and and learn about the early years of the city.
Covering approximately 2,020 hectares dedicated to conserving native flora and fauna, this park is definitely worth a visit by anyone who enjoys and respects our natural surroundings.
Go for a hole-in-one at the Whyalla Golf Club! Come here for the golf, stay for the views. The club has discounted rounds of golf on offer for out of town visitors with a voucher collected from reception.
Charter Boats are available within the area but you need to book quickly as they are quite popular and tend to book out fast, we fish with and recommend: Happy Fishing!!!
Specialising in naval, shipbuilding, maritime and natural history of the Spencer Gulf.
28 Sep 2019 - 13 Oct 2019
Lots and lots of great holiday fun for all the family. From mini golf to treasure hunts, there’s activities planned throughout the school holidays.