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This road has great coastal views including a vista of the magnificent Sir Joseph Banks Group of Islands.
An open area on the beachfront where buses, caravans, motor homes and cars can easily park.
Tumby Terrace, Tumby Bay
A large chair commemorating one hundred years of the District Council
Cnr Spencer Street & North Terrace, Tumby Bay
Step back in time as you tour through this functioning blacksmith and engineering workshop: still in its original state from the 1935 to 1976 era.
6 Barraud Street, Tumby Bay
4.5km walk along the foreshore from the northern end of town, past the jetty to Elfrieda Drive, viewing numerous memorials.Gopher,wheelchair and stroller friendly.
Tumby Bay SA
Free gas BBQ’s available with a kiosk area for refreshments.
Clarkes Lane, Green Patch SA 5607
A nice boardwalk through the mangroves, with an information shelter and signs with information on the mangroves
16 Berryman Street Tumby Bay SA
25 Peake Terrace, Port Neill, South Australia
Featuring 1903 blacksmith shop and cottage. 1890s pine log hut, tractors, stationary engines, Koppio school, Heritage hall, barbed wire display Agriculture implements. Open 10am – 5pm Tuesday – Sunday, Closed Mondays except public holidays and school holidays, closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.Disabled access toilet. 08 86882101
Koppio Smithy National Trust Museum, Koppio Rd, Koppio
This area once produced some of the finest talc in the world and the Annual local show celebrated 100 years in 2002
Lipson SA 5607
Lipson Cove & Lipson Island is a popular fishing and camping spot, toilets are available.
Lipson Cove Road
Great views across the township and bay, Harvey Drive, Tumby Bay.
Harvey Drive, Tumby Bay
An idyllic spot for a picnic with fantastic country views from the top of the huge slotted flat rock which at the base has the fully restored water catchment tank.
Ungarra - Cockaleechie Rd
Port Neill is a small picturesque town with a safe swimming beach, playground and a skate park for the kids; lookout and walking trails to explore; tennis, bowls or golf for the sport minded and a local hotel, shop and takeaway and Caravan Park. Great fishing from boat or jetty. New business: Double J Takeaway – great place to grab a real coffee or a bite to eat, open 7 days a week 8am – 8pm
Port Neill 5604
The Rotunda was opened May 26th 1910. A centre for various celebrations. Mr CA Neindorf was the bandmaster. 1958 the Rotunda was enclosed and used for croquet clubrooms and mini exhibitions. In 1981 the Tumby Bay Art Group started using it and continue to meet Monday and Wednesdays from 10am to 12 noon. Visitors are welcome.
Tumby Terrace, Tumby Bay
A tidal estuary into a mangrove coastal eco-system. A great fishing and picnic spot.
Trinity Haven Road, Tumby Bay
A unique marine sanctuary located 12 nautical miles east of Tumby Bay, breeding ground for a large variety of seabirds, sealions, dolphins and fish, with the King George Whiting the most sort after. This famous chain of islands offers beautiful sheltered bays, golden sandy beaches and reefs teeming with marine life. A day trip fishing and sightseeing will provide a memorable rewarding experience.
Sir Joseph Banks Group, South Australia
Access to beautiful beaches, popular with boating enthusiasts.
Ski Beach Tumby Bay
Tour the town and see local points of interest. Tours and rides unique to Tumby Bay and Eyre Peninsula, accredited operator.
Tumby Terrace Tumby Bay
The Gold Factory Studio manufactures unique award winning Oceanic jewellery “Oceaura” and provides a comprehensive service for all repairs and custom manufacturing for all jewellery tastes.
Bratten Way, Tumby Bay, South Australia