Tumby Bay is well known for its beautiful white sandy beaches, unspoilt coastlines, blue waters and scenic sheltered bays, offering year round jetty or beach fishing, fishing charters, boating, sailing and sightseeing. Our coast is perfect for swimming, diving and all aquatics and within half an hour’s drive you can try exciting adventures with shark cage diving or swimming with tuna and/or sealions. With a huge range of wineries, museums, galleries and more, you’ll find plenty to keep your occupied during your stay.

As a renowned fishing destination, you can look forward to reeling in a great catch by jetty, boat, charter, beach or rock fishing, or you can venture out to the famous Sir Joseph Banks Group of Islands for one of the most memorable fishing trips you’ll ever have.Away from the beach, there are many things to keep you occupied: walking trails and boardwalks, bird watching, lookouts, beautiful parks and gardens, picnic and barbeque areas, museums, art and craft galleries, tennis, cycling, lawn bowls, cricket, football and more.

Fishing Hall of Fame

Check out our Tumby Tossers board in the front bar, drop in your great catch photo and win a prize.

Useful Links:

Altura Coffee

Featured in our Breeze Bistro

Boston Bay Wines

Featured in our Breeze Bistro

Lincoln Estate Wines

Featured in our Breeze Bistro

Freckleberry Chocolate Factory

Delicious chocolates available in our Breeze Bistro

Fairytale Wedding Decorating

Servicing Regional South Australia
Supplying chair covers, swags and reception accessories

Tumby Bay & Port Neill Tourism Websites

A detailed website with up to date information on local attractions, maps, services and essential information.

Swim With The Tuna

Hand feed and swim with the Tuna.

Glen Forest Tourist Park

Hand feed a great variety of animals or have a go on the mini putt putt golf course.