South Australia » Yorke Lower North and Barossa
The Yorke, Lower North & Barossa is a region home to some of South Australia’s most famous attractions.
The area is known for its beautiful beaches, great fishing and fresh produce. It is not far from the famous Kangaroo Island and Barossa Valley. The Barossa Valley is a major wine-producing region in the state, and connects to a variety of towns.
Major towns include Nuriootpa, Tanunda, Angaston, Williamstown and Lyndoch.
Other major attractions in the Yorke peninsula include several Yorke Peninsula lighthouses, informative museums such as the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum and the Port Victoria Museum. Visitors can enjoy underwater maritime heritage trails, where you can purchase waterproof maps from the visitors centre.
You will find plenty of arts and crafts to enjoy, from pottery, woodwork, quilting and many more. For chocolate lovers, the region is home to The Minlaton Chocolaterie in Minalton, which the local government recommends as the best chocolates in the region.