Beautiful pristine sandy beaches, perfect for young children, make Hardwicke Bay irresistible to..Cape Spencer Information
The short walk (approximately one hour return) to the Cape Spencer Lighthouse takes in spectacular..Kadina Information
Only 148 kilometres from Adelaide, Kadina is the largest town on the Yorke Peninsula, with a..Marion Bay Information
On the ‘foot’ of Yorke Peninsula, Marion Bay is the gateway to Innes National Park. With surf..Moonta Information
Moonta is a pretty coastal town that is steeped in history. Just 165 kilometres from Adelaide..Point Turton Information
Point Turton is a delightful town overlooking the calm waters of Hardwicke Bay. Situated only two..Pondalowie Bay Information
At Pondalowie Bay a protected sandy beach capped by dense vegetation will often really turn it on..Port Gawler Information
Not actually located on the Yorke Peninsula, Port Gawler is at the start of the Samphire Coast..Port Victoria Information
Centrally placed on Yorke Peninsula and only 192 kilometres from Adelaide, Port Victoria is an..Stenhouse Bay Information
Stenhouse Bay is a stunning section of Innes national park where you can whale watch from the cliff..Yorketown Information
Yorketown as the name suggests takes its name from the peninsula. It's considered to be the..See all locations in Yorke Peninsula
Innes National Park offers spectacular coastal landscapes, a diversity of wildlife habitats and a wide range of recreational opportunities. Hear the waves crash on the beaches, the wind whispering through the sheoaks, view the rugged coastlines sculpted by the Southern Ocean and wander through the remnants of South Australia's mining and maritime history.
See the various offshore islands including Chinaman's Hat and discover some of the interpretive trails, camping grounds, heritage accommodation and diverse range of wildlife and wildflowers. Spot Western Grey Kangaroos and emus. Diverse birdlife includes more than 90 species, such as Mallee Fowl, shy Western Whipbirds, White-bellied Sea-eagles and Ospreys.
Wildflowers create rich colour when they blossom during spring and autumn. Coastal shrubland comes alive with Cockies Tongue, Common Fringe-myrtle, Coastal White Mallee and Wattle.
Explore the remains of the historic heritage-listed Inneston village where gypsum used to be mined. It has 12 houses, a restored post office building and the ruins of what were once the store, factory, bakery and stables. Let your imagination take you on a journey back in time as you walk the Thomson-Pfitzner Plaster Trail. Offering coastal and island views, the trail takes you along the old railway line and has 16 interpretive signs that tell of the area's mining history.
Experience the Investigator Strait Maritime Heritage Trail along the coast of Innes National Park.
Imagine a sophisticated city, with everything a major city can deliver in shopping, dining..Barossa Information
Arguably Australia's most commercially important wine region, the Barossa Valley, just an hour's..Adelaide Hills Information
As the oldest wine region in South Australia (the first vines were planted in 1839, just three..Kangaroo Island Information
This large and visually spectacular island is a microcosm of varying landscapes and different..Clare Valley Information
The Clare Valley is just an hour and a half north of Adelaide, but you might as well be a world..Limestone Coast Information
Famed for its red wines, red soils and red rock lobster, the Limestone Coast is located in the..Eyre Peninsula Information
There's 2000 kilometres of coastline to explore on Eyre Peninsula, and rarely will there be another..Fleurieu Peninsula Information
It's little wonder Australia's richest landscape art prize is staged on the Fleurieu..Port Augusta Information
Port Augusta is known as the Crossroads of Australia, where roads from Adelaide, the Flinders..See all locations in South Australia