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Edithburgh ……Great fishing, fun, food and features.

In1869 the historic port of Edithburgh was the first planned and proclaimed town on the Southern Yorke Peninsula (SYP). Situated on the 'heel' of the SYP, Edithburgh is only a 2½ hour drive from Adelaide. From its historic past the town is becoming a popular holiday and tourist spot for families keen on fishing, snorkelling, diving, boating, dining and just relaxing. It also provides seven day access to essential facilities.
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The town features a magnificent jetty, terraced tidal swimming pool, museum, native flora park, a golf course, two hotels and several fine gourmet dining outlets. There is a modern boat ramp for the boaties and offshore floating pontoons for swimming. The area abounds with wonders for snorkelling and diving including an underwater shipwreck trail with 28 historic wrecks as well as abundant fish. Visit the historic mass grave of the bodies of those drowned on the "Clan Ranald", which sank in 1909 with the loss of some 40 lives. Read about the tragedy in the Edithburgh Museum.
Edithburgh provides the ideal base for exploring the SYP and its many scenic drives and walks. From the rugged beauty of the Innes National Park and Hillocks Drive to the abundant beach and rock fishing available, it is only a short trip from Edithburgh to discover the multitude of treasures in the Area. Check out the Bublacowie Military Museum and the Red Devil in Minlaton which are nearby, or just sit on the sheltered jetty and fish. Visitors can also take a leisurely stroll down the historic walks in Edithburgh itself or follow nature trails to nearby Coobowie and Sultana Point beaches.
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