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Yankalilla Market

Yankalilla Market

The Yankalilla Market is held on the third Saturday of each month in the Agricultural Hall, Main South Road Yankalilla. Open times 9am -1pm Come and browse the stalls run by friendly locals. Choose from home made products and fresh local grown fruit and vegetables in season. There is also a variety of craft-work, small trinkets and gifts.
Bungala Park

Bungala Park

Bungala Park offers a picnic area and undercover barbecue facilities. The park is also home to the Historic Bungala Cottage. Bungala Park is also the location of some of the local art poles. The Fleurieu West Pole Trail was organised by the Fleurieu West Business Association and displays work by local artists since early 2012. Spend some time out with family and friends at Bungala Park..
Normanville Farmers Market

Normanville Farmers Market

The Normanville Farmers Market is held on the first Saturday of each month and is open from 9am - 1pm. The market features local produce such as fresh vegetables, cheeses, pickles and preserves, Artisan bread, cakes, biscuits and pastries and doggy treats. There is also take-away food stalls, coffee vendor and local community BBQ for people to relax and enjoy.
Yankalilla Lions Youth Park

Yankalilla Lions Youth Park

The Yankalilla Lions Youth Park offers an active and fun day out. The park has a large skate park, perfect for anyone with bikes, skateboards, scooters or roller skates. There is also an 'access for all' designed playground, a BMX trail, mini basketball court and an outdoor gym. The wheelchair friendly park has picnic/barbecue facilities, tables and chairs, and seating along the skate park to watch all the action. The park also has a car park, toilets and a fully fenced play area.
Normanville Beach

Normanville Beach

Normanville is the largest coastal settlement on the Fleurieu Coast. The town is located in the centre of the 7.3 kilometre long beach, with Lady Bay and 100 metre high Yankalilla Hill forming the southern boundary and low Haycock Point the northern. Normanville and Carrickalinga beaches are relatively safe under normal conditions. Best access and facilities are located at Normanville and Carrickalinga. The best shore fishing is from the Normanville Jetty and Haycock Point. Most fishers head out into the gulf in small boats, which can be launched from the beach at Normanville but please check beach and marine condition…
Yankalilla District Heritage Trail

Yankalilla District Heritage Trail

The Heritage Trail consists of a number of historical buildings in Yankalilla, including: Bungala House - circa 1891 Post Office - circa 1870 Council Chambers - circa 1900 Yankalilla Hotel - circa 1930 Yankalilla Institute - circa 1930 Christ Church - circa 1909 Wissanger School - circa 1890 Normanville Wesleyan Church - circa 1909 John Fowler's Cottage - circa 1860 Normanville Hotel - circa 1920 Other notable buildings include: Fergusson's Mill The Court House Mary Mackillop school house St. Peter's Church Yankalilla Uniting Church Agricultural Hall The Olives Robert Norman's house and chapel See the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre…
Yankalilla Historical Museum

Yankalilla Historical Museum

The Yankalilla Historical museum is a must visit attraction in the Fleurieu Coast and we are constantly told by visitors it is the best rural museum in South Australia. Exhibitions include a real church relocated from Inman Valley, early settlers cottage, blacksmiths shop, nursery, shop, multiple sheds of farm machinery and much more. We have displays on the farming, mining, and maritime histories of the area as well as a range of memorabilia and photographs depicting early life in the district. The museum is suitable for all ages and we have workbooks to keep the kids engaged. Entry is a…
Christ Church Yankalilla

Christ Church Yankalilla

Christ Church Yankalilla was established in 1857 and is one of the earliest Anglican churches in South Australia. Containing many beautiful stained glass windows of historical significance, it provides a quiet ambience for prayer and meditation. It is the only church in the region which is open every day. Significant works of art by Barbara Robertson and Pro Hart are on display in the church. The centre of worship for the Christ Church congregation is the 9.30am sung Eucharist (Holy Communion) every Sunday, using the Prayer Book for Australia service. On August 24, 1994, a parisher saw what appeared to…
Yankalilla Memorial Park

Yankalilla Memorial Park

The Yankalilla Memorial Park is home to the Yankalilla Golf Course, and a variety of Yankalilla sporting clubs including the Bowls Club, Netball Club, Football Club, Hockey Club, and Tennis Club. The complex is located behind the Yankalilla Bakery and entry is located at the side of the bakery. The park also offers barbecue and picnic facilities, public toilets, a playground, and a large oval and a public golf course with an honesty box. The Yankalilla Memorial Park is the ideal place to stop for a picnic en route to Cape Jervis and the Sealink Kangaroo Island ferry.
Yankalilla Golf Course

Yankalilla Golf Course

Yankalilla Golf Club is a very friendly well-maintained community golf course with affordable green fees. It is a full size 18-hole scrape course open during winter months, April to October. It is open to the public all year round; exceptions are pennant days and special events. Ladies competition day is Tuesday, and men's on Saturday commencing at 12 noon. In summer there is a 9-hole twilight competition, held on Friday nights followed by a BBQ . The course is centrally located behind the Yankalilla Sporting Club in Yankalilla Memorial Park. An honesty box is located on side of clubhouse for…
Gallery 88

Gallery 88

Gallery 88 is a Community gallery established in January 2005, for the display and promotion of quality artwork by local artists. This spacious gallery invites visitors to leisurely browse undisturbed amongst paintings, silk-paintings, wood work, felt work and hand-made cards, with a friendly assistant standing by when help is required or questions need answering. The display of paintings is changed tri-monthly thus ensuring vibrancy and freshness for our visitors. All work is for sale. Gallery 88 is an ideal venue for special exhibitions and is a ‘must visit’ attraction when in Yankalilla.
Hills and Seascapes Discovery Drive –Tourist Route 52

Hills and Seascapes Discovery Drive –Tourist Route 52

Lush farming lands, rolling hills, pristine valleys, Stringybark and pine forests, and the unforgettable seascapes. This scenic route is 85 kilometres in length, and allows you to discover some of the Western Fleurieu Peninsula's natural wonders. Some highlights of the drive include: St Mary McKillop's Cottage, Torrens Vale Lookout, Parawa, Ingalalla Waterfalls, Deep Creek Conservation Park, Tapanappa Lookout, Raywood Nursery, Talisker Mine Ruins, Sappers Hill Road Lookout, Morgan's Beach, Delamere, Rapid Bay, Second Valley, Lady Bay, Normanville, and the Shrine of Our Lady of Yankalilla at Christ Church Yankalilla.
Lady Bay Beach

Lady Bay Beach

Lady Bay Beach is an unpatrolled beach found in-between Normanville Beach and Marina St Vincent. The beach offers a rocky reef perfect for crabbing. It is also the location of the HMAS Hobart lookout offering amazing views of the beach and surroundings. Further south of the lookout, the beach becomes sandy, making it perfect for swimming and collecting a variety of shells. Lady Bay Beach is a beautiful and unique beach setting against the backdrop of dramatic hills.
HMAS Hobart Lookout

HMAS Hobart Lookout

The HMAS Hobart was a Charles F Adams class guided missile destroyer in the Royal Australia Navy (DDG 39), built in the United States of America and commissioned in 1965 in Boston. Her role was air defence of the fleet. One of Australia's greatest naval destroyers, her distinguished career included being the first Royal Australian Navy combat ship deployed to fight in the Vietnam War and being part of the Royal Australian Navy disaster relief effort following Cyclone Tracy in Darwin in 1974 before being decommissioned in 2000. Scuttled on 5 November 2002 at Yankalilla Bay, the ship is now…
Carrickalinga Lookout

Carrickalinga Lookout

The view from the Forktree Road Lookout in Carrickalinga is stunning with a great view of the coast! The view extends across from Carrickalinga all the way to Rapid Head and is well worth a quick stop to take a photo and admire the view. It is a great vantage point to view Carrickalinga Beach which was voted South Australia's top beach by Lonely Planet in 2013.
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