Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2014 Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
42 yorkepeninsula.com.au | port broughton and port clinton 1/9TH AD PALATE 2 PALETTE 6 Bay Street, Port Broughton Ph: (08) 8635 2552 Fax: (08) 8635 2553 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.palate2palette.com Restaurant – Art Gallery • Quality food, wine, coffee, tea and cakes • Local seafood, authentic Asian dishes, traditional pasta and daily specials • Great service, family-friendly atmosphere • Fully air-conditioned, cosy wood fire • Al fresco dining area with views of the bay P ort Brough tonCaravanPa rk YorkePeninsula,SouthA ustralia www.portbroughtoncaravanpark.com.au Port Broughton SA 5522 2 Barker Street, Situated at the top of the beautiful Yorke Peninsula in a spectacular bay setting neighbouring the Mid North, Lower Flinders Ranges, Clare Valley & Copper Coast. Close to jetty/boat ramp. Ideal location for boating, fishing & family fun or just relaxing in a tranquil setting. Sites, cabins, units, cottages and luxury villas. Solar-heated swimming and wading pool, tennis court & beach volleyball court. Facilities include camp kitchen, dump point, jumping pillow and internet access. Ph/fax: (08) 8635 2188 1/9TH AD RURAL TRANSACTION CENTRES PORT BROUGHTON • ANZ LocalLink banking services • Centrelink agency • Services SA • Medicare Bay Street, Port Broughton Ph: (08) 8635 2107 BUTE • Australia Post (Inc. GiroPost) • Bill paying services • ANZ EFTPOS facility • Public internet Railway Terrace, Bute Ph: (08) 8826 2011 Services offered: 1/9TH AD John Lewis Drive, Port Broughton Ph: (08) 8635 3126 Mob: 0418 817 166 Email: email@example.com ‘The Peaceful Park’ • Powered and unpowered sites • Camping area • Dog-friendly • Vans available to rent and buy • Fish filleting table • Camp kitchen, pizza oven, BBQs, microwave etc. BROUGHTON BAYSIDE CARAVAN PARK 1/9TH AD 17 Bay Street, Port Broughton Ph: (08) 8635 2100 • Bistro meals seven days • Gaming room • X-Lotto and Keno • Entertainment • Motel accommodation (with swimming pool) PORT BROUGHTON SUNNYSIDE HOTEL–MOTEL Port Broughton 172 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E3 On the upper-most end of the peninsula, close to the Southern Flinders Ranges and Clare Valley wineries, as well as the Copper Coast, Port Broughton is another of those classic starting points for a range of holiday adventures. The port is also a low-key adventure in itself and a top place to idle away time watching pelicans, dolphins or magnificent sunsets. As you would expect from a South Australian fishing port, the seafood is plentiful and Port Broughton has a reputation for producing big snapper. Head offshore with a local fishing charter or try your luck fishing off the historic jetty. Port Broughton is a perfect spot to enjoy the local seafood and fine cuisine that the region has to offer. Port Clinton 125 kilometres from Adelaide map reference F6 Port Clinton is one of those charming, small seaside towns that most people instantly warm to on sight. Quiet and unassuming, it joins with the rhythms of the tides daily, with its residents fishing or crabbing depending on nature’s ways. The mangroves keep the marine life cycles turning, while the locals just keep on relaxing.
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