The Yorke Peninsula’s unspoilt coast includes white beaches, fishing towns and historic coastal ports. The rugged cliffs of Dhilba Guurandha – Innes National Park offer untouched flora and fauna and picturesque coastal trails. With its distinctive “boot” shape, the Yorke Peninsula boasts more than 700 kilometres of coastline. It's easy to find the perfect beach to get away from the rat race.
Rich in European and natural heritage, the region owes much to the boom times of copper mining in the mid-19th century. This history is evident in the towns of Wallaroo, Moonta and Kadina. Each has self-guided tours and walks, and excellent museums.