Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2014 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
33 edithburgh | yorkepeninsula.com.au basketball area, free BBQs and modern camp kitchen. “Brand New” state of the art amenities, adjacent Beach and boat launching short walk to shops, swimming pool and jetties!!! Disabled & pet friendly! Overlooking the magnificent gulf and the highly acclaimed Troubridge Island! Home of the Leafy Sea Dragon! Lush lawned foreshore sites and superb slab sites, Executive Spa Foreshore Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, adventure playground and The Foreshore, Edithburgh Ph: (08) 8852 6056 Fax: (08) 8852 6553 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.edithburghcaravanpark.com.au Great spot to Fish, Dive, Swim & Relax! EDITHBURGH CARAVAN PARK 1/9TH AD 14 modern units and 2 self-contained, 2 bedroom family units AAAT ★★★ Suites all with split system R/C air-conditioning. • Queen size beds • Ensuite • Direct dial telephones • Laundry facilities Ph: (08) 8852 6172 Fax: (08) 8852 6047 Email: email@example.com www.edithburgh.com EDITHBURGH SEASIDE MOTEL 1/9TH AD TROUBRIDGE HOTEL MOTEL 26 Blanche Street, Edithburgh Ph: (08) 8852 6013 Fax: (08) 8852 6323 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Open seven days • Daily lunch and dinner specials • Accommodation • Pokies, ATM, EFTPOS, TAB, SA Lotteries Lighthouse, Corny Point Edithburgh 227 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E11 Located in the south-east corner of the region, Edithburgh has always been one of Yorke Peninsula’s landmark towns, made more so now by the Wattle Point Wind Farm located here and its giant turbines not far to the south. Edithburgh boasts a scenic harbour with twin boat ramps and floating pontoons. A perfect holiday location, the town also has two hotels, motels, a caravan park, coastal golf course and parklands to the same design as Adelaide’s, by the same designer, Colonel William Light. With the beach never far away on Yorke Peninsula, there isn’t much need for swimming pools but Edithburgh has one. It’s of the rare tidal saltwater variety and it’s simply sensational for kids in summer. The coastal walks to Sultana Point and Coobowie come highly recommended. The jetty was once frequented by boats unloading grain and supplies for the town but is now popular with recreational fishermen, as well as being renowned as a spectacular snorkel and scuba diving site. Here you can expect to see a variety of marine life, including Leafy Sea dragons, big-bellied seahorses, a variety of fish and corals. The local museum is also well worth a visit. Learn about the large salt industry that once dominated the town and discover the famous history of the Clan Ranald and Marion shipwrecks that lay just off the coast.
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