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Tommy and Kirsty Fox (Eyre Peninsula Region), Listya Mustafida (UCL) / Ally and Pete Smith (Yeppoon)

Kirsty fell in love with Tommy in Fremantle, Western Australia. Kirsty was from a farming family in Eyre Peninsular in South Australia, and Tommy was a brash young lad from a dairy farming family in Ireland. Both were on working holidays around the world, following a bereavement for Kirsty, and for Tommy – on a break, following a young life spent working hard to maintain the family farm.
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Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula's Regional Board Backs Business Migrants

The Eyre Peninsula as a region offers a unique blend of sustainable industries including agriculture, fishing/ seafood, mining, tourism, and together with over 5400 small to medium sized businesses offers a diverse mix of employment and business opportunities.
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Visit the Eyre Peninsula

Boasting a combination of pristine coastline, rugged landscapes and an abundance of native wildlife, Eyre Peninsula is like no other region on earth. Whether it’s on land or at sea, Eyre Peninsula is truly Australia’s seafood frontier.
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Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula Region

Eyre Peninsula

The Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula region is a diverse area that is home to approximately 60,000 people. It covers around 233,000 square kilometres, an area equal to 24% of the State of South Australia. The region extends from Spencer Gulf in the east across the Great Australian Bight to the border with Western Australia.

Cities in the region include Whyalla, a major centre for heavy industry and Port Lincoln, an iconic fishing and tourism centre.b The region’s economy is diverse with agriculture, manufacturing, fishing, aquaculture and tourism the pre-dominant areas of economic activity. The mining sector and renewable energy are growth sectors that add to this activity base.

Facilities in the region include 38 government schools and 24 pre-schools, the State’s largest regional university campus operated by the University of South Australia and 3 major Technical and Further Education campuses at Whyalla, Port Lincoln and Ceduna with smaller facilities at Wudinna, Cleve and Kimba. In addition, there are a number of research facilities including the Minnipa Agricultural Centre, the Lincoln Marine Science Centre and the Australian Maritime and Fisheries Academy.

The region also has 11 hospitals that provide a wide range of community health and specialist medical services. Major areas of employment include;

  • Agriculture,
  • Fishing,
  • Aquaculture,
  • Manufacturing,
  • Tourism,
  • Mining.


It is anticipated that future economic growth in the region will be supported by the adoption of new technologies, the development of value added food products and more efficient processing and supply systems.

For more information about the Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula Regionincluding employment opportunities visit: here

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UK chiropractic business thrives in the Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula region

Within  6 months of arriving in the Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula  region, Malina and Allan Judge quickly saw a business opportunity. Now in the 15th year, their business has grown to 7 clinics spread across a fast track of northern South Australia.

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