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Port Broughton Jetty

Yorke Peninsula

West Terrace, Port Broughton, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia, 5522
Open now
088635 2107
The Port Broughton Jetty was originally built in 1878, after extensive dredging of the channel in 1877, the Jetty was built to a length of 1245 feet long at a cost of 3715 pounds. Its original purpose was for exporting wheat. The jetty historically serviced a mix of vessels from 30-40ft fishing cutters to ketches that would transport grain. Larger windjammers would wait in the gulf to be loaded via the smaller ketches that would manually cart and load the grain bags into the larger vessels.

Today the jetty is used for a mixture of recreational fishing and the servicing of the areas local commercial fishing boats. You will quiet often see the Commercial Blue Swimmer Crab fleet tied up to the Jetty
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Facilities

Boating Facilities
Carpark
Family Friendly
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Public Toilet
Showers

Price

Free

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