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Visit South Australia

South Australia is bursting with culture, world-class food and winewildlife encounters in the wild and a busy year-round calendar of events and entertainment. Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from Adelaide, soak up the sun at pristine, picture-perfect beaches, swim with sea lions and dolphins, cage dive with great white sharks and get up close with wild koalas and kangaroos in every region of South Australia. If you’re after nature and wildlife, spectacular scenery and award winning food and wine, #HolidayAtHome this year in South Australia

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Our Beaches

Welcome to the breath-taking Yorke Peninsula, located on the south-western tip of South Australia!

Known for its pristine coastline, Yorke Peninsula boasts some of the most stunning beaches in the region.


From secluded coves like Barkers Rocks to expansive sandy shores like Wauraltee Beach, there is something for every beach lover here. Whether you are seeking a peaceful retreat or an action-packed adventure, Yorke Peninsula beaches will surely captivate your senses.


For marine enthusiasts, Yorke Peninsula offers unparalleled opportunities to witness unique marine life in our marine parks. Embark on a cruise or dive into the crystal-clear waters and witness the magic of the underwater world. Encounter playful dolphins, graceful seals, and if you're lucky, you might even spot a majestic southern right whale during their annual migration.


Our Wildlife

Yorke Peninsula boasts an abundance of wildlife, both on land and in the surrounding waters.

On land, you'll come across an assortment of native wildlife species that call Yorke Peninsula home. Explore our national parks and conservation areas to spot kangaroos hopping gracefully across grasslands. Marvel at the sight of elusive echidnas foraging for food, or learn about the fascinating behaviours of native reptiles, including blue-tongue skinks and our beautiful sleepy lizards (the only lizards in the world that mate for life).

Yorke Peninsula also boasts several reserves dedicated to protecting endangered species, such as Dhilba Guuranda - Innes National Park, ensuring the preservation of our natural heritage. These sanctuaries offer visitors a chance to glimpse unique creatures such as the shy yellow-footed rock wallaby or the endangered southern hairy-nosed wombat. Your visit to these reserves provides you with an opportunity to contribute to conservation efforts.


Our Birds

One of the highlights of the region is its incredibly rich birdlife and we have several bird watching reserves on the Yorke Peninsula. The peninsula serves as a haven for various species of migratory birds, making it a birdwatcher's paradise. From pink galahs to majestic ospreys, you'll be captivated by the colorful plumage and melodic songs of our feathered friends.

Whether you're an avid birdwatcher, marine enthusiast, or simply a lover of all things nature, Yorke Peninsula is an ideal destination to immerse yourself in the wonders of wildlife. Discover the beauty of this region as you witness charismatic animals and gain a deeper appreciation for the delicate balance of ecosystems that exist here.


Your experience on Yorke Peninsula promises to be an unforgettable experience that will leave you with lifelong memories.


Take a Closer Look at the Locals on Yorke Peninsula

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