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Port Neill Foreshore
Eyre Peninsula

Port Neill is located 570 kilometres north-west of Adelaide on the eastern side of Eyre Peninsula. The quiet town offers beautiful beaches, playgrounds, galleries, museums and a lawn bowls green with a rare view.

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Uploaded: 02/02/2010
Updated: 03/10/2014
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Tags: port neill; foreshore; bowls green; eyre peninsula; south australia
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Eyre Peninsula is bordered by Spencer Gulf and Great Australian Bight with over 2,000 kilometres of coastline for fishing, whale watching, watersports, swimming with sea lions or diving with sharks.