動感刺激及戶外活動

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Experience the great outdoors, in all its wonder, while travelling around. Spend a night under the stars. Yorke Peninsula is home to some beautiful camping locations. 

Camping, Corny Point, South Australia

Whether you'd like to stay somewhere with flushing toilets, game rooms and showers or prefer to spend a night roughing it deep in the bush, there are plenty of campsites that will suit your needs. Some require camping permits. 

Camping permits

These can be purchased for a minimal fee at locations around the Yorke Peninsula. Contact the District Council of Yorke Peninsula on +61 (08) 8853 3800 to learn more. 

Play a round of golf

Want to work on your handicap? There are a number of golf clubs around the Yorke Peninsula. CopperClub The Dunes Port Hughes Golf Course was designed by world golfing champion Greg Norman. The first nine holes ready to play and are based on a traditional Scottish links layout.

There are 18-hole courses in Ardrossan, Balaklava, Kadina, Maitland, Minlaton, Moonta, Port Broughton, Port Victoria, Port Wakefield, Wallaroo and Warooka. There are nine-hole courses in Curramulka, Edithburgh, Port Vincent, Stansbury, Wool Bay and Yorketown. Alford and Bute also have their own golf clubs and courses. Visitors are welcome!

Join the crowds

Most towns come to a complete stop on Saturday afternoons during winter. Everyone congregates at the oval to cheer on the local football team. The same thing happens in summer, with cricket as the focus. Most towns have tennis courts if you want to have a bash. You may need to call in advance to organise access.

Hiking and bushwalking

Take it at your own pace if sport's not your thing. Head along one of the many walking trails that crisscross the Yorke Peninsula. There is an assortment of trails in Innes National Park. You’ll find others of varying difficulty along the coast and inland. Ask at the nearby information centre to find out what the locals recommend. Remember to take water with you.

Towns and attractions are close together. There are some well planned scenic drives to explore. Start out in the heart of farming country and end up overlooking the ocean. Meander down the coast and admire the pristine water.

Scenic drives

Towns and attractions are close together. There are some well planned scenic drives to explore. Start out in the heart of farming country and end up overlooking the ocean. Meander down the coast and admire the pristine water.

Dive and surf

Yorke Peninsula is gorgeous under the water. The region is one of South Australia's best diving destinations. Snorkel or scuba dive and see breathtaking native fish and colourful crustaceans.

There are plenty of diving sites around the region. You'll be able to see cuttlefish, leafy sea dragons, Port Jackson sharks and eagle rays. Take in some maritime history, as you float around the wreck of The Zanoni or any of the eight ships near Wardang Island. Follow the Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail. You'll need a permit from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to dive at the Zanoni.

Surfers head for Corny Point or Innes National Park, where beaches like Chinamans, West Cape, Pondolowie Bay and Trespassers at nearby Point Margaret will satisfy any skill level. 

Things to do

Here are some great ideas for you to try while you’re in the area.

What's on

There are plenty of events on in the Yorke Peninsula. Here are some ideas you might like.

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