Renowned for its relaxed atmosphere, laidback lifestyle and rich limestone soil is Yorke Peninsula.

Start at the gateway to Innes National Park, Marion Bay and visit the seaside town of Corny Point.

Further inland is Yorketown surrounded by over 200 salt lakes and the major service centre of Warooka. See the beautiful scenery of Point Turton and Hardwicke Bay.

Travel north to Minlaton and continue to Port Rickaby. Port Victoria overlooks the shores of Victoria Bay and Maitland is situated a top a ridge above the Yorke Valley.

Relax at Port Hughes, or discover historic Moonta. Explore the largest town on the Yorke Peninsula, Kadina, or Wallaroo with its fantastic fishing.

Port Broughton lies adjacent to the Lower Flinders Ranges and Paskeville is famed for hosting the Yorke Peninsula Field Days.

Many roadhouses line Highway One and Port Wakefield is an ideal pit stop as is Port Clinton.

Ardrossan sits on top of imposing red cliffs, with Black Point offering fantastic beachside holiday homes.

Port Julia is a peaceful seaside destination and Curramulka a busy farming community.

Stop in at Port Vincent, admire Stansbury overlooking Oyster Bay or stay at the attractive seaside town of Wool Bay. Continue on to Coobowie, travel to Edithburgh and end your tour across the St. Vincent Gulf at Port Gawler.

With its breezy pace, Yorke Peninsula is the ideal place for a peaceful getaway.

See the trip planner to plan your trip in this region.

Pictured Top; Moonta Tourist Train. Credit: SATC/Yorke Peninsula Tourism

Pictured below; Moonta Mines, Yorke Peninsula, Credit: Adam Bruzzone