A seaside paradise holiday destination.

Nestled on the Spencer Gulf coast of Yorke Peninsula, just a 90 minute drive from Adelaide, this brilliant master-planned development is a project of great promise for South Australia. Whether it’s a lazy stroll along the famous Wallaroo heritage walk, a convivial catch-up with friends overlooking the marina, or a relaxing family day on the beach, this is the life. Lazy days in the sun touched by history.

Fun filled nights surrounded by friends. Wallaroo Shores is the perfect holiday destination or lifestyle choice.

Over 1 million tourists agree we’re so much fun.

More than 1 million people visit the pristine Yorke Peninsula region annually, with over 430,000 overnight visitors. Wallaroo is also featured on South Australia’s Seafood Frontier, marked as a highlight on the 8 day gastronomic road trip along the Yorke Peninsula to the far West Coast. Apart from our stunning beaches, there’s so many fun things to do here, especially for families and those with a sense of adventure.

  • Crabbing & fishing

    Famous for Snapper, Kingfish, Abalone, Tommies, Whiting, Mulloway and Blue Swimmer Crabs, Wallaroo is a fisherman’s paradise.

  • 4×4 driving

    North Beach is one of the few driveable beaches in the State, in addition to several hidden 4×4 tracks surround Wallaroo, perfect for skilled drivers.

  • Boating

    Wallaroo has hosted the Cherub National Sailing Championships, seasonal sailing competitions, and a saltwater classic.

  • Walking trails

    Walk the Yorke is just one of many walking trails around Wallaroo, with more than 500km of a continuous walking and cycling leisure trail to explore the Yorke Peninsula’s coastline. And for something closer to home, there’s a heritage walking track going through the heart of the town.

  • Diving

    The Wallaroo jetty is one of the most popular in the state for fishermen whilst under the jetty is popular with divers with a variety of sea life.

  • World class indoor bowls centre

    The Wallaroo Bowling Club provides two, world class, six-rink indoor bowling greens that allow for enjoyment year round, irrespective of weather conditions.

  • Golfing

    The Wallaroo Golf Club is an 18-hole course, with greened and watered fairways attracting both residents and visitors.

  • Heritage museum

    The renowned heritage museum highlights the areas history and heritage listed features, such as Wallaroo’s beacon copper smelter.

  • Festivals & field days

    Our week-long Kernewek Lowender Festival attracted over 50,000 attendees in 2015. While the 120th anniversary Paskeville Field Days, believed to be the oldest field day event in Australia attracted over 40,000 visitors.

  • Wining & dining

    In the heart of foodies territory you can enjoy everything from freshly caught seafood with a cold beer, to luscious local produce and top drops from the Barossa.

  • Adventuring
    From the spectacular Innes National Park to the fun of Splash Town Water Park and everything in between, there’s an adventure around every corner in what is one big coastal playground.