Yorke Peninsula Towns
Explore our towns
Between Port Broughton in the north and Marion Bay in the south, there are many interesting towns on the Yorke Peninsula.
Mild summer weather, great swimming beaches and places to stay make the Yorke Peninsula an excellent holiday destination. Towns include Black Point, Coobowie, Edithburgh, Stansbury, Port Vincent, Point Turton and Wallaroo.
These towns offer a great chance to get away from it all. The bigger towns like Ardrossan, Kadina, Maitland, Minlaton and Yorketown have well stocked supermarkets and tasty eateries.
In odd numbered years, Paskeville, just outside of Kadina, is home to the Yorke Peninsula Field Days - the oldest field days in Australia. For three days, the town puts on displays of agricultural equipment, technology, information and local services. People come from across Australia to visit.
The Yorke Peninsula has 700 kilometres of coastline, so it makes sense that some of the most loved towns boast fabulous beaches for swimming, fishing or simply relaxing.
Enjoy the sites and activities at some of the major towns of the York Peninsula, including Marion bay, Port Vincent, Wallaroo and Stansbury. Plot a course for a smaller coastal getaway at towns such as Corny Point, Hardwicke Bay, Point Turton, Port Clinton, Port Hughes, Port Julia, Port Rickaby, Port Victoria or Wool Bay.
Try the Yorke Peninsula top-to-toe self-drive itinerary. Over four days, discover the peninsula and its towns, beaches, national parks and mining villages.
Have a break at Port Wakefield, then head down the Yorke Peninsula for the perfect holiday getaway.
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Things to do
Here are some great ideas for you to try while you’re in the area.
There are plenty of events happening on the Yorke Peninsula.