A place of natural wonders and an adventure seeker's paradise

With over 2,000 kilometres of pristine coastline, there are plenty of towering sand dunes and isolated beaches with crystal-clear water to discover. Swim with dolphins and sea lions, or cage dive with Great White sharks. Head inland to see the rugged bushland, red earth, granite peaks and koalas. When you're hungry, sink your teeth into seafood fresh from the water or at one of the many restaurants.

Work available now on the Eyre Peninsula

Over half of the Eyre Peninsula land area is farmed by agribusinesses producing crops, such as grains and cereals, and livestock. The region is also an aquatic wonderland, with adventure tourism experiences, and sublime seafood production and dining experiences. Real work is available now supporting tourism as waitstaff or chefs in hospitality.

How to find work

There are seasonal work opportunities as well as full-time agricultural, tourism, and hospitality jobs available now. Find out the key job boards to search for work and connect with relevant recruiters.
Cabins in natural setting.

Find accommodation on the Eyre Peninsula

From beachfront views with no noisy neighbours to camping under millions of glittering stars – the region boasts a range of fantastic accommodation options including plush hotels, private beach-side apartments, beach houses, villas and motels.

Incentives available

You may be able to access financial assistance up to $6,000 to help you relocate for short-term seasonal work, or a job in regional South Australia. Businesses may be able to access financial assistance to support quarantine requirements for the employment of Pacific Island workers.

Who can help?

If you’d like to talk to someone about working in the Eyre Peninsula region, you can contact the local Regional Development Australia (RDA) Office to learn more about the Regional Workforce Coordination & Collaboration Program.