Yorke Peninsula’s trail network caters not only for walking, but for cycling too.
Most trails are gravel and provide an excellent way to explore the region on two wheels.
As these are shared trails, please remember to be careful and give way to walkers.
Historical walks, coastal trails, fabulous Yorke Peninsula scenery and heritage. Clifftop strolls or bushland hikes, historic walks through Yorke Peninsula towns or beach rambles – Yorke Peninsula offers a variety of walking trails with hidden delights and spectacular views.
Walk The Yorke
You can now Walk The Yorke, 500km of continuous trail on Yorke Peninsula for walking, cycling and leisure activities.
Yorke Peninsula's underwater trails provide excellent diving opportunities for both beginners and more experienced divers. The Zanoni shipwreck is located 10 nautical miles south-east of Ardrossan and forms part of Adelaide’s Underwater Heritage Trail.
Heritage Drive Trails
Explore the Copper Coast townships of Wallaroo, Kadina and Moonta by road, and follow their Heritage Drive Trails. All Heritage Drive Trails are marked with distinctive trail signage, helping you to navigate and find your way.