Eyes on Eyre is a mechanism to facilitate a consistent and collaborative approach to tourism on the Eyre Peninsula. The Eyes on Eyre Working Group is a joint initiative of Regional Development Australia Eyre Peninsula (RDAEP), the Eyre Peninsula Local Government Association (EPLGA), Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board (EPLB), the Department for Environment and Water (DEW), and the Department of Primary Industries and Regions South Australia (PIRSA).
Media Release Nov 2022: Eyes on Eyre online bookings a great success
- Upgrades begin at Lincoln National Park campground – Port Lincoln Times
- Eyre Peninsula campsite bookings go online – Landscape SA
- Camping changes to protect environment – Eyre Peninsula Advocate
- Point gibbon campground invites travellers to explore Eyre Peninsula
- Landscape Board earmark popular camping areas for conservation management works
- Fishery Bay board walk to separate pedestrians and vehicles as part of project
“To enhance the Eyre Peninsula as a distinctive, cultural and remarkable world-class destination, underpinned by the character of its local communities and coupled with the conservation and protection of its pristine environment.”
Eyes on Eyre projects will assist Eyre Peninsula to move to the front of South Australia’s visitor economy growth and respond to the South Australian Regional Visitor Strategy 2025. Key objectives of Eyes on Eyre include:
- Priority 1: Signage and Wayfinding – Develop a consistent product to direct and attract people to key sites. Tourism Signage Issues by Local Government
- Priority 2: Visitor Experience and Camping Nodes – Develop and maintain consistent and high-quality infrastructure and facilities that promote increased visitation, enhanced visitor experience and revenue whilst conserving and protecting the environment. Eyes on Eyre Camping Project July 2022
- Priority 3: Telecommunications, WiFi and interpretation – Improve emergency communications in remote areas of Eyre Peninsula.
- Priority 4: Coastal Access and Infrastructure – Coastal infrastructure adaption.
- Priority 5: Nullarbor Precinct – Enhancing the Nullarbor tourism experience.
- Priority 6: Regional Trails Strategy – To develop a series of connected trails to enhance the visitor experience and community wellbeing. Eyre Peninsula Trails Strategy Summary Report
Eyre Peninsula Trails Strategy
Eyes on Eyre Regional Overview and Individual Local Government Area Overviews:
|Lower Eyre Peninsula