Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2015 2016 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
Whether surrounded by pristine coastline or rich, rolling farmland, each town on Yorke Peninsula has a special story to tell. Yorke Peninsula's TOWNS KEY Accredited Visitor Information Centre Information Outlet Accommodation Airfield 24hr banking (ATM) Banking services Birdwatching Boat ramp Camping Caravan park Cellar door Diving Fishing Fuel Golf course Hospital Jetty Lighthouse Marina Meals Parks/reserves Phone Photo opportunity Picnic area Playground Police Post office Public toilets Recreational vehicle friendly Shipwreck Supplies/shopping Surfing Van dump point Whale watching 20 yorkepeninsula.com.au | yorke peninsula's towns Big or small, on the coast or inland, busy or laid back, the towns and their people are what make the peninsula so appealing. You can get just about anything you want at Kadina, Ardrossan and Yorketown. You can travel in style, wine and dine in the regional centres, take a fishing charter, go caravanning and camping, or dangle a line at a jetty from Port Broughton to Stenhouse Bay. Black Point You can mix and match: breakfast with the morning sun on the sea at Ardrossan, Port Vincent or Stansbury; then dinner with the sunset on the other gulf at Port Hughes, Moonta Bay, Wallaroo or Point Turton. Wherever you pull up, you’ll find welcoming locals proud of their town and keen to show it off to their visitors.
2014 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide