Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2014 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
32 yorkepeninsula.com.au | corny point, curramulka and dublin Corny Point 264 kilometres from Adelaide map reference B10 Matthew Flinders named it Corny Point because it looked like a corn on the foot of Yorke Peninsula but with the superb surf, boat fishing and north-facing swimming beaches it's far from painful. In fact, with all the necessary holiday facilities, it’s a pleasure. The 1881 lighthouse is a beauty and almost acts as a signpost for the ideal starting point for many adventures. Getaway beaches, such as Gym Beach, Daly Head, Gleesons Landing, Swincer Rocks and Berry Bay, are all nearby and it’s an easy drive to glorious Innes National Park. Curramulka 189 kilometres from Adelaide map reference D9 The name Curramulka comes from two Aboriginal words meaning ‘a deep waterhole where emus drink’. These days most of the thirst quenching in this small inland town is done at the local hotel, which is affectionately referred to as the ‘Curry Pub’, and is a great place to stop and enjoy a cold beer and to chat with some locals. 1/9TH AD Ph: (08) 8855 3368 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.cornypoint.com.au Visit the undiscovered on the YP • 100 year-old stone cottage • Deluxe cabins • Units • Powered and unpowered sites • Free BBQs and playgrounds • Recreation and games room CORNY POINT CARAVAN PARK 1/9TH AD Ph: (08) 8854 2008 Email: email@example.com www.curramulkahotel.com Facebook: Curramulka Hotel Experience the heartland of our rich, rural farm land, soaking up the atmosphere of a true ‘local country pub’! Relax in the beer garden or stylish restaurant enjoying exceptional country meals for all palates. Try a casual counter meal if that’s more your style, enjoying an icy beer chatting to the local farmers. Open for lunch Wednesday to Sunday and dinner seven days a week. CURRAMULKA HOTEL Dublin 60 kilometres from Adelaide map reference G7 Dublin is a reminder of an era when 60 kilometres was a fair day’s horse or coach ride travelling from Adelaide. When the car came along, several tidal beaches west of Dublin became popular for crabbing and still remain so today. Dublin is one of those likeable little locations, with a good range of facilities and is located on the trip to or from the peninsula.
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