things to see
The property is approximately 8.5 kms of unsealed road away from the sleepy fishing village of Sceale Bay, which boasts beautiful beaches and stunning views, including the seemingly endless Surfers Beach. The village also has a substantial boat ramp for launching larger boats, and allows four-wheel drive access onto the Sceale Bay Beach.
Point Labatt Conservation Reserve is approximately 17 kms away, which is the only Australian mainland location to view Sea lion colonies including Australian and New Zealand sea lions, and New Zealand fur seals. Also from the cliff top viewing platform, you can take in the breathtaking views of the Southern Ocean coastline.
Murphy's Haystacks is approximately 22km to the east unsealed road and comprises a unique outcrop of giant granite boulders. A walkway takes you up close and between the giant natural structures towering above, for a spectacular viewing.
The picturesque coastal resort town of Streaky Bay is only 30 minutes drive away, on the sealed Sceale Bay Road.
Whilst in the town there are many shops to visit, including a clothing store, a newsagency, chemist and giftware, a fishing and tackle shop, hardware and craft shop, or you could have breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Bay Funktion Café or the beautiful Streaky Bay Hotel. Otherwise you can eat at the local bakery.
The local Foodland and IGA Supermarkets have all your holiday grocery and or liquor needs.
Come and see what the Eyre Peninsula has to offer, you'll be glad you did.