Yorke Peninsula has a deserved reputation as one of South Australia's favourite holiday spots. It’s also a great place to settle! The locals are renown for there friendly, welcoming approach. The beaches of Yorke Peninsula are ideal places for swimming, surfing or family picnics. And you can treat yourself to some of the best fishing in the country, simply by dropping a line off one of the region's historic jetties. Here, you can stroll in the shallows to catch blue swimmer crabs by the bucketload, dive for crayfish and scallops, or throw out a line for garfish, tommy ruffs and King George whiting. Away from the coast, nature-lovers can enjoy hiking through untouched wilderness; there are bushwalks, clifftop rambles, geology trails and a wonderful collection of wildlife to explore. Rich limestone soils give Yorke Peninsula the reputation of being some of the richest farmland in Australia - it's sometimes referred to as the 'Barley Capital of the World'. Swim in crystal clear waters, watch dolphins frolic from the shore, walk along our nature trails or picnic on secluded South Australian beaches. On Yorke Peninsula, during your holiday Due to the Yorke Peninsula’s unique shape with the ocean on three sides, there are very few places like it anywhere in the world where you see so many different sights and experience so many different things so close to each other. You might be travelling through waving fields of the world's finest barley, and a few minutes later flicking a squid jag into a turquoise sea. And this can be part of your everyday life as a resident of this magnificent corner of the Lifestyle Region.
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