The Yorke Peninsula is best known for its magnificent coastline that is shaped like a “boot”. Stop and relax at one of many perfect beach spots or try your luck fishing. Visit museums and learn all about the history of the many shipwrecks that occurred along the coast. Or see them up close by diving and exploring the sunken vessels. Taste wonderful seafood such as crayfish, blue swimmer crabs and scallops as the area specialises in ocean delights. Visit historic towns, landmarks and farmlands on your journey. Take a hike through Innes National Park and see an abundance of animals and native plants. View Captain Butler's Red Devil Bristol monoplane, which is displayed in a hangar in Minlaton. Captain Butler made the first airmail flight from Adelaide to the Yorke Peninsula and his plane is believed to be the only genuine one of its kind left in the world. Plan your next trip to the Yorke Peninsula which is just over an hour's drive from Adelaide.
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