Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2016-2017 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
yorkepeninsula.com.au | point turton and port broughton 34 Situated in the Community Hall on McKay Street. Providing visitor information, brochures, referrals to local attractions and the opportunity to chat to a ‘local’, friendly volunteer! Office open weekdays 10am–4pm and Saturdays 9am–noon. Mob: 0498 085 012 Email: email@example.com PORT BROUGHTON VISITOR OUTLET 6 Bay Street, Port Broughton Ph: (08) 8635 2552 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/palate2paletterestaurant PALATE 2 PALETTE Restaurant – Art Gallery • Quality food, wine, coffee, tea and cakes • Local seafood, steak, Asian dishes, traditional pasta and daily specials • Great service, family-friendly atmosphere • Fully air-conditioned, cosy wood-fire • Al fresco dining area with views of the bay • Open: Friday and Saturday 11am–2pm and 6pm, Sunday 11am–2pm. Open other times for bookings of 10 or more. Bay Street, Port Broughton Ph: (08) 8635 2107 Railway Terrace, Bute Ph: (08) 8826 2011 RURAL TRANSACTION CENTRES Services offered: PORT BROUGHTON • ANZ LocalLink banking services • Centrelink agency • Service SA • Medicare BUTE • Australia Post (Inc. GiroPost) • Bill paying services • ANZ EFTPOS facility • Public internet Situated at the top of the beautiful Yorke Peninsula in a spectacular bay setting neighbouring the Mid North, Lower Flinders Ranges, Clare Valley and Copper Coast. • Powered sites and a variety of cabin options • Camp kitchen • Fish cleaning and crab cooking facilities • Close to jetty and boat ramp • Solar heated swimming and wading pool • Jumping pillow • Tennis court and beach volleyball court • Pedal kart hire • Wi-Fi • Dump point Barker Street, Port Broughton Ph: (08) 8635 2188 Email: email@example.com PORT BROUGHTON CARAVAN PARK Ph: (08) 8854 5063 Fax: (08) 8854 5043 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.tavernonturton.com TAVERN ON TURTON Situated directly above the Point Turton Caravan Park and jetty precinct, with stunning views of Hardwicke Bay and Flaherty Beach. Open seven days, al fresco dining and à la carte in the evening. Offering local seafood, produce and wine, fully licensed from 10am–12am with a drive-through bottle shop. Family focus with children’s playroom. Bookings are essential and opening times may vary in winter. Bayview Road, Point Turton Ph: (08) 8854 5222 Email: email@example.com www.pointturtoncp.com.au POINT TURTON CARAVAN PARK Explore both sides of the ‘foot’s’ scenic coastline from this central base. The caravan park is located in a disused quarry adjacent to the jetty and boat ramp. Enjoy the panoramic sea views from all the cabins that follow the coastline around. • Absolute seafront two bedroom deluxe, deluxe family and deluxe spa cabins • Standard ensuite cabins • Lawned powered sites • Clean amenities • Camp kitchen • Disabled facilities • Internet hotspot • Dump point Overlooking the jetty and beautiful Hardwicke Bay POINT TURTON 232 kilometres from Adelaide map reference C10 Point Turton overlooks the white sandy beaches of Hardwicke Bay where the peninsula’s ‘leg’ meets its ‘foot’. The sheltered waters are perfect for year-round boating and sailing. The seaside town is rapidly expanding but there’s still plenty of room for holidaymakers with an eye for all the colours of the Australian coast. In other words, a lower Spencer Gulf sunset is hard to ignore. Point Turton offers a good range of services including a swimming centre. High quality ceramic art can be found at Point Turton Ceramic Art. PORT BROUGHTON 173 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E3 On the northern end of the peninsula, close to the Southern Flinders Ranges, Clare Valley and the Copper Coast, Port Broughton is a starting point for a range of holiday adventures. Watch pelicans, dolphins or the magnificent sunsets. The seafood is plentiful and is known for producing big snapper. Also keep an eye out for the 'fresh oyster' signs when in season. Head offshore with a local fishing charter or try your luck fishing off the historic jetty.