Tumby Bay

The Tumby Bay Township is located in the eastern side of Eyre Peninsula some 45 kms North of Port Lincoln. The temperate climate, peaceful lifestyle and friendly locals make it a delightful town to live or retire in. White sandy beaches, unspoilt coastlines, blue waters and scenic sheltered bays offer year round fishing, boat- ing, sailing and sightseeing. Our coast is perfect for swimming, diving and all aquatics.
Tumby Bay District has a variety of farming and grazing activities where the colours are as varied as the sea- sons. Green in winter, gold in summer and a multicoloured display of wildflowers in spring. The rolling Kop- pio Hills with magnificent gum trees and prolific birdlife are eye catching.

Tumby Bay is an attractive coastal towns, well equipped with services and varied accommodation facilities, with Tumby Bay being the major service centre for the district.

There are many things to see and do: exploring the islands, bushwalking, bird watching, walking along foot- print free beaches, along boardwalks, trails and lookouts, around towns or in beautiful parks and gardens. You can browse the shops, museums, art and craft galleries or relax and spoil yourself with coffees, Devon- shire teas, lunches and dinners in cafes or hotels.

Population: approx 1,200
District: 2658
Supermarkets: 1
Area Schools: 1
Doctors clinic: 1

Sunrise in Tumby Bay


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