District Council of Tumby Bay
Tumby Bay

Tumby Bay Marina

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Dream of marina living..... sea breezes, water lapping on the shore, the chatter of birdlife. Your boat is moored so close you can almost see the barnacles. The idyllic lifestyle you've always wanted could become a reality at the Tumby Bay Marina.

Tumby Bay Marina is a tidal marina development of 68 housing blocks. A pier will be built with berths being offered to the public for purchase in the near future.

Tucked into a sheltered bay 25 minutes drive from Port Lincoln, Tumby Bay is a delightful small town on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula.

Offering all the facilities of a large city, Tumby Bay retains its village like charm, a key reason why many families choose to make it their home, or return year after year for holidays.

The town offers easy access to the lower Eyre Peninsula's varied attractions. Directly offshore is the Sir Joseph Banks Group of Islands, the Tumby Bay jetty is a favourite fishing spot, and within a short drive you can visit various inland and coastal sites.

Situated only a few kilometres offshore from Tumby Bay, the Sir Joseph Banks Group of Islands is a marine wonderland waiting to be explored by the keen sailor or fisher.

Sealions can be spied catching some sun on the island beaches. Sailors will see dolphins playing in their wake or in the surf. Birdlife is also plentiful, both on the islands and out to sea.

Fishing around the islands is exceptional with various locations waiting to be discovered by the keen sailor.

This maritime wonderland is only a short distance from the Tumby Bay Marina - what better way to spend a balmy day than on a boat in an island paradise to close to home?

District Council of Tumby Bay
PO Box 61, Tumby Bay, SA 5605
Tel: (08) 8688 2101

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