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If you enjoy walking, or maybe just a casual stroll, Yorke Peninsula provides a myriad of choices. 

Bush walks, cliff top and shoreline rambles, fascinating geology trails, history and's all waiting for you to discover and enjoy.

Most towns have a walking trail. Inland you'll find fascinating walking trails in Maitland, Minlaton and Yorketown. Wander through the scrub and spot some intriguing wild life, or learn the history of the wonderful old buildings in the towns. Coastal towns offer plentiful opportunities to snap a few photos while you ramble along the cliff tops or the superb sandy beaches.

Walk the Yorke is an exciting concept initiated by Yorke Peninsula Council.  This trail links many existing coastal walking trails, and results in a magnificent walking experience right around the coast of beautiful Yorke Peninsula - a distance of approximately 500 kilometres. You'll find spectacular rugged cliffs, pristine beaches, secluded coves, rocky reefs and tidal pools, windswept sand dunes, historic lighthouses and even get a peek into some of Australia's most productive farming land.

A leaflet depicting the walks of Central and Southern Yorke Peninsula is available at the Visitor Centre in Minlaton.


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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