Discover Yorke Peninsula


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Port Victoria Attractions

Port Victoria is situated on the west coast of Yorke Peninsula. The Yorke Peninsula boasts 600km of coastline, with some of the best, cleanest and emptiest beaches in South Australia.

On the Peninsula you are never more than 30kms from the sea. While journeying inland you are met with rolling pastures and fields of golden barley and wheat.

Many towns are scattered over the Peninsula and all having their own uniqueness and history.

There is so much to discover with beautiful golden sand beaches to explore, water activities to partake in including water skiing, beach fishing, snorkelling and jet skiing.

Relive the past by visiting museums and various displays of local heritage and historical relics. Many antique shops and art and craft galleries are to be found around the area. Enjoy a wine? Then, take a visit to Barley Stack Cellar Door.

The Port Victoria Maritime Museum (pictured left) has a wealth of information, relics and memorabilia of a bygone era and hundreds of photos of past history are on display.

A 5km foreshore Geology trail is well marked and provides a fascinating insight to the geological formation of the area.

The jetty at Port Victoria offers great fishing, swimming and diving facilities. It was constructed in 1888, and at over 112 years old, is one of the oldest original jetties in Australia.

A Fishing Charter facility is available in the area.

For Scuba divers there are approx 16 shipwrecks in the bay to be explored.

For enquiries contact the Park on 08 8834 2012 or email