Discovering The Yorke Peninsula

The Yorke Peninsula, west of Adelaide, is a world apart. An almost remote destination with small pockets of civilization surrounded by nature. At the heart of the land is an agricultural community. It is also possible to visit some of the farms. Along the coast there is a mixture of dramatic cliffs, beautiful beaches and some world class surfing spots. The Yorke Peninsula is also popular with fishermen who travel there from all over South Australia to catch Blue Swimmer Crabs, Southern Salmon and Southern Rock Lobster. But a visit to the region is also an opportunity to delve into history by visiting the Copper Coast which is formed by the towns of Moonta, Kadina and Wallaroo. There are remains of copper mining from the nineteenth century, so well preserved that some are real treasures.

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