Wallaroo Beachfront Tourist Park
SOUTHERN OCEAN DRIVE: SEE THE FLEURIEU, LIMESTONE COAST AND KANGAROO ISLAND
Kick back in a holiday shack where the beach is literally on your doorstep. Feel the sand between your toes and the salty breeze in your hair. Don’t wonder about the one that got away – it’s waiting at the end of your line cast at one of the Yorke Peninsula’s famous fishing spots. Road trip around the Yorke Peninsula's sandy playground and discover pristine beaches, secluded hideaways, winding roads, quirky towns and sprawling national parks on the Coastal Way road trip. Download the Coastal Way road trip map and follow our guide for the best things to see and do along the way between Moonta Bay and Port Broughton.
MOONTA BAY AND PORT BROUGHTON
One of the most popular coastal escapes on the Yorke Peninsula, Wallaroo is a seaside paradise plonked in prime position on the west coast of the peninsula, just a two-hour drive from Adelaide. The holiday hotspot is a favourite family destination and boasts sandy beaches perfect for swimming, a rich maritime history, chic cafes and a plethora of beachside accommodation options. Fishing fanatics flock to Wallaroo to cast a line off the famous jetty; expect good hauls of snapper, King George whiting, squid and flathead. Check into Wallaroo Marina Apartments and head straight for a dip at Office Beach or drive right onto the sand at North Beach and dive into the surf before refueling with a cold one and fresh seafood at the Coopers Alehouse Restaurant.
Point Broughton is ideally situated close to the Southern Flinders Ranges, Clare Valley wineries and the Copper Coast - making it a great place to base yourself and visit several different regions. If the family has energy to burn, a stay at the Port Broughton Tourist Park Waterslide and Splash Park is a must with hours of fun to be had for the whole family.