I realise I'm entering a place of great beauty; stretched out below, jagged cliffs underscored by white beaches.
Warooka (including Corny Point and Point Turton) is the last major township on Yorke Peninsula
Yorketown is a major service town on the southern tip of the Yorke Peninsula
Bruce Elder gets a lesson in Yorke Peninsula's maritime history that is all but forgotten.
Carol West skirts a coastline heavy with metal and memories.
Edithburgh (including Coobowie)
Delightful holiday town which was once an important port.
Edithburgh is located 233 km west of Adelaide via the Princes Highway and 255 km south of Port Pirie, is one of the major holiday destinations on the Yorke Peninsula. It is an ideal fishing, swimming and scuba diving destination and the town is characterised by a substantial number of impressive historic buildings.
Historic copper mining full of interesting buildings and ruins.
Located 150 km north-west of Adelaide and 44 m above sea level, Kadina is the largest town on the Yorke Peninsula.
Moonta (including Port Hughes and Moonta Bay)
Historically significant copper town
Located 165 km northwest of Adelaide and 20 m above sea level, Moonta promotes itself as 'Australia¹s Little Cornwall'. It is part of the region known as the 'Copper Triangle' which includes the towns of Kadina and Wallaroo.