Like so many Yorke Peninsula towns, Price has a character of its own. Located just seven kilometres south of Port Clinton, it's a small settlement with substantial mangrove forest and birdlife.
There are two creek systems here, Shag Creek and Wills Creek - both of which are very important fish nursery areas. The mangroves and samphire tidal flats are crossed by a 1.5 kilometre causeway and the Price creek system, is popular with fishers. It's the ideal sheltered location for small fishing boats.
If you love Blue Swimmer Crabs, Price is a crabber's delight. January and February are peak times for 'blueys' but they can be caught in most warmer months.
Price to Port Clinton Walking Trail.
Wills and Shag Creeks.
Crabbing and Fishing.
Once a port, the town now exists for Cheetham Salt's operation on its southern edge, where the salt pans dominate the landscape. On the other side, past the friendly Wheatsheaf Hotel, is a walking trail to Port Clinton.