Yorke Peninsula is a great place for kayaking, with beaches that range from mild to wild and lots of rocky coastline to explore. We have spent many years wandering the coastline, calling in at the various small towns and enjoying the less populated areas that kayaking gives you access to.
However, this trip we decided on something a little different.
The Walk the Yorke 500km walking and cycling trail has just been opened from the town of Port Wakefield to Moonta Bay. It follows the coast in most places with lots of beaches to traverse by walkers. For bikes it follows the coast as near as possible. So off we set on our Focus MTB’s and BOB trailers, with the intention of riding in the morning and exploring in the afternoons. We spend 11 days riding the “Walk the Yorke” which has some great scenery and variable trail conditions.
Hope you have time to head over to our CafeVatican site to see lots more photos. This link takes you there.