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Marina Marina St Vincent (Goolwa, South Australia)

Things to do in South Australia

One of the biggest attractions for the sailboats in South Australia is located on the Eyre Peninsula, where throughout the year the tourist offer is ranging from the chance to swim with sea lions at Baird Bay, diving between cuttlefish at Whyalla, or just enjoy the breathtaking seabed snorkeling in any of its coves. And for the trill-seekers, it is possible to dive in a protective cage to get closer to the great white shark in southern part of Port Lincoln.

The boats that moor in one of the nearby marinas can enjoy the spectacle of the southern right whales in the natural park of the Great Australian Bight from May to October.

If you moor your boat and start heading to the inland, you will encounter stunning scenery, ranging from huge salt lakes to the marshes packed with birds, which represents a sight of unique beauty. The skippers will find that the area has been traditionally linked to the sea, as you can visit oyster beds in Cowell, go fishing in Ceduna Coffin Bay or even rent a boat for deep-sea fishing.

In Rapid Bay you can swim with curious leafy sea dragons and dive among the remains of machines and turrets, and if you’re heading to Victor Harbour, somewhere along the way you may notice the little blue penguins engaging in their characteristic stroll.

It is possible to canoe down the Murray River, ideal for watching the flora and flora of the place, such as the birds of the shallow marshes of Coorong.

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