Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2013 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
1/9th Ad bArAchel AlpAcAs Box 9, Wool Bay SA 5575 Ph: (08) 8852 8029 Mob: 0438 528 029 www.barachelalpacas.com.au See the animals and browse through the display of soft alpaca knitwear, rugs and gifts in the on-farm shop. Monday to Saturday preferably by appointment. Adjacent Port Giles silos. 53 warooka, wool bay and yorketown | yorkepeninsula.com.au 1/9th Ad Yorketown Foodland Ph: (08) 8852 1111 Fax: (08) 8852 1149 Email: email@example.com Mon to Wed 8am–6pm Thurs 8am–6:30pm Fri 8am–6pm Sat 8am–5pm Sun 9am–2pm Public holidays* 9am–2pm *except Xmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day & Good Friday. yorketown foodlAnd 1/9th Ad Ph/Fax: (08) 8852 8226 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.pickeringcottages.com AAAt ★★★ Great holiday accom. to enjoy with family & friends. • 4 large separate holiday units • Modern, open living areas • R/C airconditioning • TV/DVD • Free gas BBQ • 2 min drive to beach • Fishing jetty • Ample boat parking Pickering cottAges – wool bAy 1/9th Ad 4km west of Warooka/5km south of Point Turton Ph: (08) 8854 5175 (Shop) Ph: (08) 8854 5499 (Restaurant) www.inlandsearestaurant.com Seafood Lovers Paradise • Freshly cooked crayfish (seasonal) • Smoked, pickled and local seafood • Shop: OPEN 7 DAYS 9am–5pm (Winter: 5 days Wed–Sun only) • MEALS: Wed–Sun (bookings essential) Lunch 12–2pm, dinner 6–8pm inLAnd SeA foodS And reStAurAnt Warooka 228 kilometres from Adelaide map reference C10 Warooka looks south to the ‘bottom end’ and north along the holiday coast from Hardwicke Bay around to Point Turton. The town’s many services meet visitor’s demands and the place itself is favoured for a pub meal and a short beach break. Warooka and surroundings has an active Progress Association that each year puts on one of the peninsula’s stand-out community events. The Flaherty’s Beach Sandbar Golf Classic is exactly that – a golf tournament where water hazards are the norm and you’re always in a bunker. It’s played on a beautiful stretch of beach in late summer when the tide is at its lowest. It’s difficult to get this much enjoyment out of any other sort of golf, hence the Classic’s profile is fast-growing. Whether you’re in Warooka, Wallaroo or Adelaide, pay your sand fees and play the game of your life. Wool Bay 224 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E10 Named Wool Bay because it had a cutting in the cliff wide enough to roll a bale of wool down to the beach, the seaside town once served as a port for the district’s farms and pastoral runs. These days it serves as a quiet hideaway perched over the gulf, with a choice of the brighter lights of Stansbury and Edithburgh either side. On the cliff top are the remains of lime kilns that once were common on this part of the peninsula and can still be seen beside country roads. Yorketown 228 kilometres from Adelaide map reference D10 Yorketown is at the junction of five roads leading to towns all the same distance away. Surrounded by about 200 salt lakes, the town has a history based initially on harvesting those lakes. Today, the salt crystal formations are a boon for photographers and the red pink-to- white of some of the lakes catches the eye. Since the demise of the salt industry in the 1930s, the land has become mainly pastoral country. Yorketown’s old courthouse contains over 1000 photographs for your perusal and the historical society has mapped out a town walk. Watching seagulls, Wallaroo Warooka’s many services meet visitor’s demands and the place itself is favoured for a pub meal and a short beach break.
Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
2014 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide