Someone famous once said, “Time is all you have, so spend it wisely”, and spending time on the Yorke Peninsula is pretty wise indeed. With so many activities in such a narrow corridor, the challenge will be figuring out how much time to spend on each one.
Make use of one of the many Council provided boat ramps and launching facilities (don’t forget to get your permit and check the tide times and weather conditions).
Camp in one of the many bush camping spots.
Ride the waves at one of our famous breaks.
Stay in one of the many accommodation choices or try the private or council provided caravan parks.
Put on your walking shoes and explore the peninsula at your own pace through the Walk the Yorke walking trail. This multi-day trail allows you to visit the best of the peninsula and was developed with the Council, local communities and state working together. Walk the Yorke now.
At any time the Peninsula has a wide variety of events and organised activities happening. You can find out more in the fortnightly newsletter published by the visitor centre.
The Council supports and assists activity in the local community through its Leisure Options Service. This is aimed at coordinating local community activity and making sure everyone has the chance to be active and involved.
Regardless of what you want to do, you can find it on the Peninsula.