Here you can find information to help plan your next Yorke Peninsula holiday.
Yorke Peninsula has a fantastic network of Visitor Information Centres and Outlets, to help you plan your holiday, or pop in for more information when you are here.
Getting Here & Around
Yorke Peninsula is an easy drive north of Adelaide. The driving is easy and best of all, once you are here there are no traffic lights.
It's only two and a half hours drive from top to bottom and around 30 - 40 minutes from coast to coast. Close proximity between towns and attractions on Yorke Peninsula makes for a leisurely drive, so travel at your own pace, stop when you want and enjoy the sights!
To help plan your Yorke Peninsula visit, view the suggested itineraries or read on for information on bus services, taxis and car hire...
Coach companies operate regular services to a number of towns on Yorke Peninsula, departing from the Adelaide Central Bus Station on Franklin Street. View the Bus SA Timetable.
Yorke Peninsula has 2 taxi services that operate within the Copper Coast area. Copper Triangle Taxis operate in Kadina, Moonta, Wallaroo and surrounding areas, and have wheelchair accessible vehicles and a small bus. Phone 08 8821 3444.
Yorke Peninsula doesn't have any car hire facilities in the region so if you are looking to hire a car, we recommend hiring a vehicle in Adelaide.
Budget Rent a Car, Europcar, Access Rent-a-Car, Avis, Excel network Rent a Car, Redspot, Smile Rent a Car and Thrifty Car Rental are just some of the car hire companies in and around Adelaide.
Once you are here, the driving is easy and its a short leisurely drive between towns and attractions.
Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide
Learn more about Yorke Peninsula and plan your next holiday with the Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide.
This comprehensive guide includes information on getting here and around, events, family fun, fishing, surfing, diving, snorkelling, food & wine, walking trails, national parks, history & heritage, the arts, golf, Yorke Peninsula Towns, accommodation, attractions and a detailed map.
Yorke Peninsula Fishing Guide
Hook into some action and make the most of your fishing adventure with the comprehensive Yorke Peninsula Fishing Guide.
The guide has all the information you need to make the most of your Yorke Peninsula fishing holiday, including an easy to read map that features the location of jetties, boat ramps and what species can be caught where. Plus information on fishing charters, bait and tackle outlets, marine service and boat hire.
Download a copy of the Yorke Peninsula Fishing Guide.
The road to rest and relaxation starts here...travel at your own pace, stop where you want, stay as long as you like and enjoy all the Yorke Peninsula has to offer.
Yorke Peninsula has a colourful history and interesting landscape so take to the road and explore one...or all, of these suggested itineraries - filled with things to discover, great stories and characters to meet along the way...
Coastal Way Roadtrip
With 700km's of coastline Yorke Peninsula is known for its coast, beaches and spectacular scenery...you can experience all this and more on the Coastal Way.
Discover the trails that make up Walk The Yorke, a 500 kilometre continuous trail around the coastline; relax in a beachfront holiday house, explore Innes National Park or one of the many museums in the region.
Sample delicious seafood straight from the sea or taste some fabulous local produce with the Yorke Peninsula Food & Wine Guide. Catch your fill or blue swimmer crabs, dine at seafood restaurants or head out on a fishing charter with a local expert.
Stay at a caravan park or try bush camping, find your own piece of paradise on a secluded beach, or just explore everything Yorke Peninsula has to offer.
All of this and more can be discovered while enjoying a roadtrip along Yorke Peninsula's Coastal Way.
Wherever you go on Yorke Peninsula, you’ll be welcomed by friendly locals keen to show off their towns and region.
Use the search box below to find information on towns throughout the region...
Yorke Peninsula has a desirable Mediterranean climate with cool sea breezes that moderate the summer heat, making it perfect for outdoor living.
Summer - Coastal sea breezes with temperatures averaging 15°C minimum to 30°C maximum
Autumn - Warm sunny days with temperatures averaging 12°C minimum to 23°C maximum
Winter - Cool temperatures averaging 7°C minimum to 16°C maximum
Spring - Fresh sea breezes with temperatures averaging 10°C minimum to 22°C maximum
Visitor information centres & outlets are located throughout Yorke Peninsula to help make your travelling experience the best it can be.
Find out about local attractions, events, must see and do's, accommodation and where to eat.
So wherever you go on Yorke Peninsula, don't hesitate to drop in to a visitor information centre or outlet to make your Yorke Peninsula stay a brilliant one!
Accredited Visitor Information Centres
Visitor Information Outlets
Corner First & Fourth Streets, Ardrossan
Phone 08 8837 4195
3 Robert Street, Maitland
Phone 08 8832 2174
Blanche Terrace, Moonta
Phone 08 8825 1891
Bay Street, Port Broughton
Phone 0498 085 012
Corner of Weaver & Towler Streets, Stansbury
Phone 08 8852 4577
Jetty Road, Wallaroo
Phone 08 8823 3015
33 Stansbury Road, Yorketown
Phone 08 8852 1820