Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2016-2017 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
yorkepeninsula.com.au | stenhouse bay, thompson beach and wallaroo 40 Mob: 0438 520 670 www.bevsretreatbedandbreakfastwallaroo.com.au BEV’S RETREAT B&B Relax and unwind in our period (1940s memorabilia) bed and breakfast. Stay for one night or several. Bring the kiddies, your friends and dogs along too; the cottage has three bedrooms, plenty of room for all! Close to all amenities in Wallaroo. 54 Esplanade, North Beach, Wallaroo Mob: 0418 859 415 or 0439 852 492 ILUKA APARTMENTS Panoramic views over Wallaroo Bay • Accommodates up to six people (two queen and sofa bed) • Reverse-cycle air-conditioning • Fully-equipped kitchen and laundry, linen supplied • Lock-up car and boat garage, barbecue area • Tea and coffee supplied Come and enjoy peace and tranquillity. Absolute picturesque beach frontage. Excellent fishing and crabbing. Close to boat ramp and jetty. Walking distance to shopping. • Beach front units • Luxury spa unit • Deluxe ensuite units • Barbecue facilities • Ensuite units • Excellent amenities • Powered sites • Fish cleaning area 11 Jetty Road, Wallaroo Ph: (08) 8823 2722 Email: email@example.com www.officebeachcaravanpark.com.au WALLAROO OFFICE BEACH CARAVAN PARK STENHOUSE BAY 289 kilometres from Adelaide map reference A12 The southern-most settlement on Yorke Peninsula, Stenhouse Bay is the entry point to Innes National Park. Although it ceased being a town in the 1970s, its Heritage-listed jetty and old mining implements are a reminder that the district was once Australia’s primary source of gypsum for plaster and cement. It is highly likely that almost every older house in southern suburban Australia has Inneston gypsum in it, shipped from Stenhouse Bay. THOMPSON BEACH 70 kilometres from Adelaide map reference G8 Thompson Beach is part of the Samphire Coast with good walking trails at both ends of the town. Thompson Beach is a popular spot for catching Blue Swimmer crabs, so be sure to pack your crab rake and tub. WALLAROO 156 kilometres from Adelaide map reference D5 A deep-sea port and home to the Spencer Gulf prawn fleet, it’s a popular holiday town, complete with a multi-million dollar marina development. The old waterfront still echoes the era when the triangle mined, smelted and delivered copper and other metals to the world. Visit the Wallaroo Heritage & Nautical Museum to relive this bustling time in Wallaroo's history. You will find a range of accommodation including a beachfront caravan park, holiday homes or choose a self-serviced apartment that looks out over the marina. The long, wide northern beaches feature an eclectic array of beach shacks used by generations of South Australians for a relaxed beachside holiday. Sea life thrives under the town jetty, making this a popular spot for both anglers and divers. Cast your line from the jetty or head out with the local experts on a fishing charter. Back on dry land, seafood is fresh and plentiful with a variety of restaurants and cafés to choose from and art enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Art Spot Gallery.