Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2013 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
40 yorkepeninsula.com.au | pine point and point turton Overlooking the jetty and beautiful Hardwicke Bay 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, 2 bedroom deluxe & deluxe spa cabins • Standard ensuite cabins • Lawned powered sites • Clean, well maintained amenities • Camp kitchen Fish and relax with us! Bayview Road, Point Turton Ph: (08) 8854 5222 Fax: (08) 8854 5410 Email: email@example.com www.pointturtoncp.com.au POint turtOn Caravan Park 1/9th Ad Ph: (08) 8854 5063 Fax: (08) 8854 5043 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.tavernonturton.com Situated directly above the Point Turton Caravan Park and jetty precinct, with stunning views of Hardwicke Bay and Flaherty Beach. Open seven days, alfresco dining and à la carte in the evening. Offering local seafood, produce and wine, fully licensed from 10am to 12pm with a drive through bottle shop. Family focus with children’s playroom and free games. Bookings are essential and opening times may vary in winter. tAvern on turton 1/9th Ad Ph: (08) 8854 5356 Email: email@example.com www.yorkepeninsulaholidays.com.au Spacious upper storey 3 bedroom home with stunning views of Hardwicke Bay. Large deck for BBQ-ing, entertaining or simply for relaxing! Accommodates up to 3 couples. Easy walking distance to the beach. Ideal for aquatic lovers, fishers and romantics! the boArdwAlk point turton Point Turton 230 kilometres from Adelaide map reference C10 Point Turton overlooks the beautiful blue sea and white beaches of Hardwicke Bay where the peninsula’s ‘leg’ meets its ‘foot’. The sheltered waters are near-perfect for year-round boating and sailing. The seaside town is rapidly expanding with people choosing to live here permanently 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. Facilities and services are commendable and the nearby swimming centre is popular in summer. Pine Point 165 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E8 On a rise overlooking the bay of Port Alfred and with the sweep of Black Point in the distance, Pine Point is an excellent central location for exploring the peninsula. Its beach is well-known for crabbing and fishing and the town has a licensed general store, caravan park and tennis court for hire. 1/9th Ad Centred around the old school, our 3 STAR park is close to the coast with fishing, crabbing and swimming beach. Grassed BBQ area, campfire, playground, fish and crab cleaning facilities, games room, laundry facilities and clean amenities with tennis court and general/liquor store nearby. 3x6 berth on-site vans fully equipped. Linen not provided, porta cot available for hire. Ph/Fax: (08) 8838 2239 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.pinepointcpk.com.au pine point cArAvAn pArK For peace oF mind, choose quality assured tourism Businesses. Your assurance of quality, reliablility, environmental practices, accuracy in advertising and adherence to a code of ethics. TrusT the tick! www.qualitytourismsouthaustralia.com.au Look out for operators in this Visitor Guide who use the tick.
Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
2014 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide