Tumby Bay Visitor Information

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In a world where time and genuine friendliness are becoming more difficult to find, I can recommend
a journey in our direction to experience the simple pleasures of being able to relax, make new friends
and enjoy a look at what Tumby Bay has to offer.  Whether you travel on or decide to stay, I’m
sure that like us Tumby Bay locals, you will appreciate the quiet freshness in which our day-to-day
lives function – that sense of wellbeing that feels familiar and safe and satisfying.

Tumby Bay is a beautiful coastal township of 1200 residents, who have chosen to establish livelihoods, raise
families and retire in a safe and serene environment.

Where the ocean meets our shoreline, you will find a relaxed yet well-appointed town and district with all the
amenities and access to adventures that form pleasurable living, together with  the openness to accommodate visitors
and wanderers.  This is a community where peace and potential abound, and which those who value family,
friendship, fun and future are happy and proud to call their home.

Eyre Peninsula travelers, who base themselves in Tumby Bay can enjoy an endless 10km stretch of white beach with a wide
choice of ways in which to experience the bay.
In a temperate climate without excesses, and a relaxing friendly environment, your holiday becomes a choice of
easy day drives to a diversity of places such as Coffin Bay, the City of Port Lincoln or the Koppio Smithy Museum to name just three.   

Immersing yourself in the many facets of Eyre Peninsula, gifts a richness of encounters, brilliant memories and a
welcoming place to return to.

We have developed this website to help visitors to Tumby Bay find accommodation, where to eat, and what to do and see.

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