'Just remember, the more playful you are, the more playful they'll be.'
In 1963, Rodney Fox was seized around the chest by a Great White shark. Two years later, he decided he had to know more about his attacker, and entered the waters off South Australia's Eyre Peninsula.
There's no question that Eyre Peninsula gets a lot of its reputation as an edgy wilderness destination thanks to some of the biggest great white sharks on the planet.
Found and lost: The Australian spot where the outback meets the ocean.
This beautiful place for wildlife and food is largely untapped, but locals are finally willing to share it.
Tumby Bay (including Koppio and the Tod River Reservoir) is a typical attractive and pleasant Eyre Peninsula holiday destination.
Wirrulla is a small Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town
Wudinna (including Mount Wudinna) is a typical wheatbelt town on the Eyre Peninsula