Looking for maps of the walking trail?
A map of Yorke Peninsula showing the Walk the Yorke trail is available here.
Download the Walk the Yorke brochure here.
See Trail Notes for more information.
The headings below will provide more information on each of the sections, as well as a link to the corresponding map.
Map 1 - Port Wakefield to Port Clinton - 32.8 kms, approximately 8 hours and 15 minutes walk
Map 2 - Port Clinton to Ardrossan - 27.8 kms, approximately 7 hours walk
Map 3 - Ardrossan to Pine Point - 18.8 kms, approximately 4 hours and 45 minutes walk.
Map 4 - Pine Point to Port Vincent - 28.5 kms, approximately 7 hours and 10 minutes walk
Map 5 - Port Vincent to Stansbury - 17.5 kms, approximately 4 hours and 24 minutes walk
Map 6 - Stansbury to Edithburgh - 29.9 kms, approximately 7 hours and 20 minutes walk
Map 7 - Edithburgh to Port Moorowie - 30.7 kms, approximately 7 hours and 40 minutes walk
Map 8 - Port Moorowie to Foul Bay - 37.8 kms, approximately 9 hours and 30 minutes walk
Map 9 - Foul Bay to Marion Bay - 25.3 kms, approximately 6 hours and 20 minutes walk
Map 10 - Marion Bay to Gleesons Landing - 60.5 kms, approximately 20 hours. This section can be split into three parts: 1. Marion Bay (Caravan Park and private accommodation available) to Pondalowie Campground (Innes National Park - permit required): 22 kms (allow 7 hours), 2. Pondalowie to Gym Beach Campground (Innes National Park - permit required): 17.7 kms (allow 6 hours), 3. Gym Beach Campground to Gleesons Landing (Council Bush camp - permit required): 21.8 kms (allow 7 hours)
Map 11 - Gleesons Landing to Corny Point - 20.5 kms, approximately 5 hours walk
Map 12 - Corny Point to Point Turton - 31.7 kms, approximately 8 hours walk
Map 13 - Point Turton to Port Rickaby - 41.6 kms, approximately 10 hours and 25 minutes walk
Map 14 - Port Rickaby to Port Victoria - 21.6 kms, approximately 5 hours and 25 minutes walk
Map 15 - Port Victoria to Balgowan - 21.3 kms, approximately 5 hours and 20 minutes walk
Map 16 - Balgowan to Moonta Bay - 41.1 kms, approximately 10 hours and 12 minutes walk
Keep on track
Try to minimise your impact with every step you take. Always walk in the centre of the track and be prepared to walk through the mud - attempting to skirt bogs only makes them bigger and causes more environmental damage. It is also usually quicker to walk straight through.
When walking on beaches, please be aware that you are sharing the beach with shore-nesting birds such as the Hooded Plover, as well as other species whose populations are declining. Shorebirds nest from early September to late March. Please walk below the high tide mark.