Just over an hour's drive from Adelaide, the Yorke Peninsula has a wealth of experiences waiting for you. 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. You might even find a well kept secret fishing spot or perfect swell to surf. With the waters of Gulf St Vincent on the east and Spencer Gulf on the west, fresh seafood is everywhere you turn! Dine on blue swimmer crabs plucked fresh from the sea or try your luck at catching
Clements Gap Conservation Park is a 15 minute drive north of Port Broughton. The park is a largely undisturbed 11 square kilometres of South Australian remnant bushland. The only remaining building at Clements Gap is the Uniting Church. The Church is still used today for monthly services and weddings. The Conservation Park is home to a wide variety of plants and is bursting with wildflowers in spring time. Visitors can enjoy the ‘photo point’ poles which have been erected throughout the park, allowing visitors to take preset photographs.
The Maitland Museum contains relics of a bygone era, showcasing local history, agricultural machinery, German heritage and more. Settled in 1851 by Samuel Rogers at Ynoo Station in 1851, Maitland has long been an important agricultural district. The museum, housed in the former school built in 1877, situated at the corner of Gardiner and Kilkerran Terraces, gives visitors an insight into life in the area as it was in days gone by.