Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2015 2016 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
39 port wakefield, price, samphire coast and stansbury | yorkepeninsula.com.au Price 133 kilometres from Adelaide map reference F6 Like so many peninsula towns, Price has a character of its own. With mangroves and samphire tidal flats, traversed by a 1.5 kilometre causeway leading to mysterious Wills Creek, the area could pass for a subtropical adventure movie location. Once a port, the town is the base for Cheetham Salt, where saltpans dominate the landscape. Visitors should also explore the walking trail to Port Clinton, which begins near the friendly Wheatsheaf Hotel. Samphire Coast The Samphire Coast extends from Port Gawler, just north of Adelaide, along the eastern side of Gulf St Vincent to Port Wakefield, then around the top of the gulf to Ardrossan. This coastline is one of 10 priority sites under the World Wildlife Fund Australia Shorebird Conservation Project – and forms part of the recently developed International Bird Sanctuary. The Samphire Coast plays host to over 60,000 migratory shorebirds each year. An area of spectacular natural beauty, it has long been a drawcard for birdwatchers, crabbers and recreational fishers. Plan your time well to explore all corners of this area, and don't forget to bring your camera. Ph: (08) 8867 1583 | Mob: 0407 603 949 | Email: email@example.com 22 & 23 Burra Street, Port Wakefield Port Wakefield Holiday Cottages Port Wakefield Hotel Head on down to Port Wakefield’s oldest hotel, for excellent service, a great meal and an ice-cold beer. Why not then stay across the road in one of our comfortable self-contained cottages. Catering for individuals and families. A great place to take a break just off the highway, 99km out of Adelaide. EAT LOCAL • Great, old-fashioned service • Family-friendly • Happy hour 5:30–6:30pm daily • Walking distance from Port Wakefield Holiday Cottages & Caravan Park • TAB, Keno & Pokie facilities! (Gamble Responsibly 1800 858 858) • Open seven days! • Self-contained two or three bedroom cottages • TV/DVD • A/C • Laundry/kitchen facilities • Lounge • Secure parking with ample room for boat/caravan • Block from the wharf • Corporate accounts available ‘Oysta la Vista’ & ‘Oysta la Vista Too!’, Stansbury Ph: (08) 8377 0257 Mob: 0418 849 101 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.oystalavista.com OYSTA LA VISTA Two Four Bedroom Holiday Houses • Double storey • Balcony views • Sleeps 10 • Air-conditioned • Plasma TV and home theatre • Main bedroom with king bed and ensuite • Double spa • One house with pool table • Linen and towels provided • Fishing and crabbing gear provided Weaver Street, Stansbury Ph: (08) 8852 4577 Email: email@example.com www.stansburysa.com SOUTHERN YORKE PENINSULA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Proudly supported by the Stansbury Progress Association Inc. we provide our visitors with guidance and information on seeing the best of the Yorke Peninsula’s natural beauty and attractions. Call in to see us for information on: • Walking trails • Local fishing spots • Accommodation • Markets • Souvenirs • Local attractions and history • Local produce and products • Maps and more... The award-winning Stansbury Seaside Markets are held along the foreshore from October–April. View our website or contact us for further information on visiting the seaside markets or becoming a stall holder. Call in for visitor information, internet access or collect a visitor information pack which is available 24 hours. Stansbury 205 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E10 Oyster Bay attracts swimmers, waterskiers and windsurfers. Stansbury is also popular with boat anglers, providing easy access to deeper water. An excellent walking trail, with diverse attractions, connects all points while black swans grace the southern reaches of the town's beach. The Mills Gully picnic spot is complete with gulf views. The oyster farms supply fresh local oysters straight from the sea so keep your eye out for the signs (seasonal).
2014 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide