YORKE PENINSULA – Caravan & Camping SA

Yorke Peninsula

Experience South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula, boasting an impressive 700km of unspoiled shoreline, creating the ideal seaside getaway.


Fishing, boating, surfing, swimming, camping, bushwalking, and encountering wildlife – activities are endless along the unspoiled coastline of the Yorke Peninsula.

Take the Coastal Way Road Trip to relax and unwind on sandy beaches, indulge in local seafood, and explore the breathtaking Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park.

Your unforgettable Yorke Peninsula adventure begins here, why wait?


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Set up camp in one of the many picturesque campgrounds or caravan parks. Enjoy the tranquility of nature with modern amenities.

Diverse Camping Choices: Discover numerous caravan and camping options on the Yorke Peninsula. From secluded council-managed sites to luxurious glamping with ocean vistas.

Family-Friendly Parks: Enjoy kid-friendly beachfront caravan parks offering surf gear rental, ice cream shops, and fish and chips.

Adventure Awaits: Embark on thrilling off-road adventures along sandy tracks, overlooking rugged coastlines, and through Innes National Park.


You’re spoilt for choice with Yorke Peninsula’s extensive beaches, all having their own uniqueness and natural beauty.

Experience family-friendly fun to serene relaxation and water sports – Yorke’s beaches are a must-visit for beach lovers.

  • Moonta Bay Beach: A family-friendly favourite with calm waters and a kids’ playground
  • Port Hughes Beach: Perfect for relaxation and water activities with its long sandy shores and superb swimming conditions.
  • Marion Bay: Renowned for its beautiful white sands and clear blue waters, perfect for nature-loving beachgoers.
  • Stansbury Beach: Provides a serene and picturesque setting with calm waters, perfect for a picnic on a peaceful seaside day.
  • Wallaroo Beach: A long sandy shores are popular for swimming and fishing.


Water Adventures: Snorkel, paddle-board, and explore scientifically-significant dive sites near jetties and shores.

Explore Innes National Park: Uncover stunning coastal landscapes, wildlife, and historic sites in this protected park. Hike scenic trails, discover shipwrecks, and spot native animals

Breathtaking Beaches: The Yorke Peninsula boasts beautiful beaches for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports like surfing and fishing.

Explore Historic Copper Triangle: Explore Moonta, Wallaroo, and Kadina to learn about the region’s mining history through old mines, museums, and heritage sites.

Bird Watching: The peninsula is a haven for birdwatchers with over 150 bird species to spot in conservation areas.

Taste Local Seafood: Indulge in fresh seafood at local eateries. Don’t miss the famous Yorke Peninsula blue swimmer crabs.

Kitesurfing and Windsurfing: For water sports enthusiasts, the peninsula provides excellent conditions for kitesurfing and windsurfing. Seek the thrill at locations such as Pondalowie Bay.

Boat life: Gulf St Vincent is globally renowned for its consistent, sailor-envied conditions with abundant marine life, including frequent dolphin sightings near the shore.

Watsacowie Brewing Company: Experience local craft beer at this brewery in Minlaton. Sample a variety of brews and enjoy the laid-back vibe.

Stargazing: Due to its low light pollution, the Yorke Peninsula offers excellent stargazing opportunities. Spend a night under the clear skies and marvel at the stars.

Go Fishing: Fishing enthusiasts come to the Yorke Peninsula for diverse fishing hot spots, from jetty fishing to deep-sea adventures.


Immerse yourself in the region’s nature on a walking trail – there’s something for all experience levels.

Stenhouse Bay Lookout Walk, Innes National Park
2.2km short easy walk around the headland above Stenhouse Bay. The trail includes seven viewing points with coastal views and interpretive signage showing glimpses into the mining history and vegetation of the area.

Port Vincent Walking Trails (Part of Walk the Yorke) 
5.5km moderate walk part of a series of walking trails on the northern side of Port Vincent. It’s easy to make them into a loop and forms part of the Walk the Yorke trail.

Gym Beach Hike, Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park
12km moderate hike through the unique flora and high sand dune areas between Browns Beach and Gym Beach. You may see a variety of birdlife and native orchids as you pass through the dense mallee vegetation.

Visit Walking SA for more walking trails in the Yorke Peninsula.