Book here with a local - we know all the best spots...

We will engage with you, inspire you and tell you the stories that really matter !

Planning a trip to Yorke Peninsula?  Yorke Peninsula Visitor Centre is the place to discover all there is to see and do while you are here. Take the opportunity to talk to a local and discover the secrets that will make sure you have a fabulous time!  Our friendly local staff and volunteers are well trained and passionate about Yorke Peninsula, and are happy to help you with all your planning needs.

We are open 7 days a week

Monday to Friday - 9am to 5pm; Saturday 9am to 3pm; Sunday 10am to 3pm; public holidays 10am to 3pm

Drop in to our centre or call us on 1800 202 445 for your bush camping permits or Innes National Park entry permits

Whether you're looking for information, brochures and maps, or just a bit of local knowledge, you'll find it all here.  We offer the following services:

VisitorInformation Kathy-Sophie* Accommodation and Tour Booking Service

* Innes National Park entry and camping permits

* Bush camping permits

* Wineries, attractions, activities and tour information

* Information on coming events

* Souvenirs, gifts, maps and books

* Free Internet facilities and wi-fi hot spot

* Coffee and Lounge

* Local produce and home baked goodies


Yorke Peninsula Visitor Centre is part of a national network of accredited visitor information centres.  We operate under policies and procedures that have been established and are audited against a national standard to ensure that we provide the best possible service to our customers. We promise to provide a professionally managed and non-profit service designed to enhance the visitor experience and assist local tourism business in the region.

As part of our quality improvement process, we appreciate all feedback, positive and negative, in order to improve our service. Feedback can be submitted via our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. form.

Yorke Peninsula Visitor Centre is supported by Yorke Peninsula Council.


For a full list of South Australia's network of accredited Visitor Information Centres, click here.


Yorke Peninsula Tourism Committee

Yorke Peninsula Tourism, our regional tourism organisation, is an incorporated not-for-profit organisation. The Yorke Peninsula Tourism committee comprises representatives of local government, tourism industry, and individuals with marketing and business skills and knowledge of the tourism industry from throughout the region.

The role of the committee is to set the strategic direction to increase the profile of the Yorke Peninsula tourism region.  The committee's aim is to integrate the region's unique, diverse mix of coast, culture, heritage, unspoilt nature and rural communities, to develop the destination and increase visitation and yield.

To contact the Committee please phone the Yorke Peninsula Tourism office on 8821 2663 or email the tourism manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


History of our Building

McKenziesThe known history of the building housing the visitor centre goes back to the early 1900's.  After a run of bad luck, Alexander McKenzie left his farm, just a mile from Minlaton, in the hands of his sons and moved into the town. He opened a fuel and fodder store in Main Street, with a two-storied granary behind. The upstairs loft allowed hay and chaff to be loaded directly onto wagons drawn up below. The business included a saddlery and provided employment for Mr. McKenzie's sons and several other men.

In later years, as saddlery declined as an enterprise, the firm engaged in upholstery, shoe and boot manufacture and repair. The establishment became the district's main shoe store.

In the 1930s, a café and delicatessen in the rear two-storied part of the building was the centre of Minlaton's night life.YorkePeninsulaVisitorCentre

EldersIn the 1950s, Elder Smith and Company Limited bought the building and renovated the premises.

They remained, as Elders Goldsborough Mort and then Elders, until Harvest Corner Information and Craft refitted the building and moved from their previous location further down the Main Street on 15th May 2002.

Today you can enjoy the ambience of an historic building filled with quality local art, craft and produce and benefit from visitor information provided by locals.


Visitor Information Centre

Yorke Peninsula Information Centre
29 Main Street Minlaton South Australia
T: 1800 202 445


29 Main Street Minalton South Australia


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