Landscapes along the South Australian coast vary from quiet sandy beaches and sheltered bays to high and rocky cliffs that are battered by the angry waves that roar in from the Southern Ocean.
The images featured in this photo gallery include coastal landscapes of the Eyre Peninsula where rugged cliffs wrap themselves around secluded beaches at Venus Bay, and of the Lincoln and Coffin Bay National Parks where the ocean laps quietly at sands that are often devoid of any sign of human existence.
Here you’ll see photos of other natural attractions on the Eyre Peninsula – including a great sink hole in the Coffin Bay National Park, the extensive Yanerbie sand hills / dunes near the popular holiday destination of Streaky Bay, and a rainbow bowing over the ocean that trembles under a dark and stormy sky.
On South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula there’s plenty to see too, and the images in this gallery show the beaches and coastal landscape at West Cape and the Cape Spencer lighthouse in the Innes National Park where wildflowers cloak the landscape. Here you’ll discover an historic jetty vanishing into the early morning mist at Port Germein, in addition to the old jetties at the sleepy seaside villages of Port Turton and Ardrossan.
Other images show a trawler / tuna fishing boat at Port LIncoln and, closer to the state’s capital city of Adelaide, a coastal landscape dominated by a pink salt lake / salt flats at Saint Kilda.
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