Yorke Peninsula's Home Grown Trail
Your ticket to a behind-the-scenes view
The Yorke Peninsula’s Home Grown Trail is a self-drive tour of the Yorke Peninsula’s extraordinarily diverse range of produce. Spanning the viticulture, horticulture, agriculture and aquaculture industries. Each season has something different on offer, so each time you visit the Yorke Peninsula you will find something new and exciting at any one of the local businesses involved.
Tour the Port Vincent Primary School Marine Study Centre and share the school’s passion for the marine life of Gulf St Vincent by viewing one of their saltwater aquariums.
Visit Yorke Peninsula’s first cellar door at Barley Stacks Wines and enjoy a tasting of their shiraz, cabernet sauvignon or liqueur chardonnay. See homemade paper, books and cards being made at Paper Nymph Homemade Paper, Warooka. Come and meet some curious creatures known for their softness and friendliness at Minlaton’s Alpacas at Chaparral and Barachel Alpacas, Wool Bay. Nothing beats a fluffy cuddle with a baby alpaca.
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Yorke Peninsula’s agriculture industry produces quality livestock, cereal grains and legumes. A behind-the-scenes look at these producers will show just how dedicated locals are in providing us with quality products. Studs including Ducatoon Park Horse Stud in Kadina and the Warooka’s Orrie Cowie Merino Stud provide tours of their foals, horses, lambs and sheep. Visit Viterra at Ardrossan, Port Giles and Wallaroo, which manages the storage, handling and shipping of local farm produce including wool, cereal grains and fertilizers.