Hook a fresh catch on Yorkes
CATCH your own King George Whiting for dinner in the Yorke Peninsula. The stunning beaches and national parks plus friendly coastal towns are the reason this is a favourite holiday spot with South Australians. ‘Yorkes’ is famous for its fishing, so this is the perfect place to snag your own fresh fish dinner.
The region boasts more than 700 kilometres of coastline caressed by sea, with rugged coastal cliffs, sweeping sandy beaches, secluded bays and a rich mining and seafaring history.
The local eateries are famous for their hearty pub meals and scrumptious seafood where you can dine on blue swimmer crabs, crayfish or scallops plucked directly from the waters.
You will find award-winning restaurants, bakeries, cafes and pubs all dedicated to serving the best the Yorke Peninsula has to offer.
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