See fire in the sky in a blazing sunset. Watch heat from massive coke ovens. Witness amazing marine wildlife antics. Scrunch sand on a secluded beach. Unearth 4WD tracks, museums, art, shopping and events.
Whyalla offers unforgettable memories, family fun, sport and adventure.
Moments in history are made and shared. Parks, coastal and aquatic activities will get you back to basics with family and friends as you unearth experiences and share road trip stories, laughs and good times with old and new mates.
Experience the Steelworks
Learn the stories and see behind the scenes of more than 100 years of significant Australian iron and steelmaking history. This Whyalla family recently took part in the special experience.
Wholesome and hearty fare reflecting regional produce will tantalise tastebuds and satisfy. Fine dining, café style, a meal on the run or dine at a local. Whyalla offers a range of dining options featuring regional produce inspired by freshness and seasonality.
Capture vistas, sunsets, cityscapes, seascapes and landscapes from numerous vantage points. Unearth unforgettable Whyalla.
Trails and Walks
Following self-guided trails is an engaging way of discovery. Unearth landscapes, natural wonders and Whyalla’s story.
Take a Whyalla tour. Learn of steelmaking, ship building and the heritage of the area. Go fishing with a local, look over a mine and learn about what is deep underneath. Hear from a local the stories, the history and the facts.
Shopping for travelling, every day or for relaxation? Whyalla will inspire and deliver. Whether you enjoy a mall, a plaza or the intimate experience of a local precinct Whyalla has it all.
Arts & Culture
While visiting Whyalla there is every chance that a theatre production will be in season, variety entertainment is being staged, the latest film will be screening, or one of many art and craft exhibitions is on show in the foyer.
Art & Craft
The craft village was established in 1990 as a community centre to provide an outlet for locally made handcrafts, and as a permanent home for the development of crafts in Whyalla.
Museums and History
In 1914 the town of Whyalla was proclaimed in the SA Parliament. The origin of the name is open to debate, but it is believed to have been named after a nearby ridge, Mount Whyalla.
Whyalla has lots to do for families with Playgrounds, Fishing and Crabbing, Cycling, Skating, Sun Sand and Surf, Water Sports, Swimming, Museums and so much more. Unearth lifetime memories.
Sports & Adventure
Open spaces, wind and ocean make for many sports and activities to thrill and excite. A motor, water and ball sports enthusiast’s haven and adventure seekers dream.
Parks & Gardens
Sea views, garden views, bush views or sunset views; experience Whyalla’s parks and gardens to unearth your happy place.
Wildlife encounters can be discovered under the sea, with Giant Cuttlefish and Dolphins and on the land with spectacular birdlife and native animals everywhere. Unearth Whyalla's natural wonders.
Coastal & Aquatic
The Whyalla landscape, coastline and aquatic environs are absolute in contrasts. Where the outback meets the sea, and industry cohabits with nature and vice versa in the most remarkable ways.
Nature & Outdoors
Whyalla provides enduring memories for visitors to the region delighting many with the surprising natural attributes and experiences on offer.
Connecting with nature, catching a meal, relaxing or just for the thrill of it; Whyalla is renowned for great fishing in the bountiful Spencer Gulf waters of Eyre Peninsula. Eyre Peninsula is known as the Seafood Frontier of South Australia.
Diving and Snorkelling
Aquatic experiences attract divers and snorkelers where ocean and sea life-loving adventure seekers unearth the natural wonders of Whyalla under the sea.
Coast & Beaches
Beachside dining, picnics, family fun and leisure. Serene, secluded, sand, rocks or pebbles and stunning seascapes. Unearth your seaside and coastal heaven in Whyalla.
A mecca for divers wishing to witness a mesmerising underwater spectacle of the courtship displays and the extent of the world’s largest aggregation of Giant Australian Cuttlefish - a privileged experience exclusive to Whyalla.
School Excursions to Whyalla
Whyalla offers experiences and activities that are educational, adventurous and fun. Experience interesting tours and museums. Explore arid and aquatic environments. Enjoy leisure time and adventures.
talk to us about your next Holiday
Whyalla Visitor Centre, Lincoln Highway
Open: 7 days Mon–Fri 9am–4pm.
Weekends and public holidays 10am–4pm.
Closed: Good Friday and Christmas Day
Phone: (08) 8645 7900 Email: email@example.com
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