• 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Car

27 Marno Street, Yorketown

Upgraded Mount Gambier Stone Home

This well presented stone home is conveniently located close to all facilities of Yorketown. The home has a near new good quality kitchen with island bench along with a recently upgraded bathroom with large timber vanity, three bedrooms two with BIR, study, large lounge room and dining area with... more
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath

19 Black Point Road, Black Point

180 Degree Seaviews - Double brick home

Located on the clifftop at Black Point is this double brick 3 bedroom home. Kitchen/dine, separate lounge with r/c a/c and sunroom/bar all have beautiful seaviews. Bathroom, 2nd toilet and back lobby. Two garages, workshop and single carport. Fish cleaning area; situated on a 700m2 lot with low... more
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Car

5 Schnapper Court, Edithburgh

Brick Home, Close to Fishermans Wharf

Surrounded by established flowering gardens with great rear pergola for summer BBQ's. Offering 4 bedrooms and open plan kitchen/dine/living. Securely fenced, carport and double garage. Ready for your next holiday. more
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 4 Car

42 Foreshore Road, Hardwicke Bay

Superbly Located

An elevated position offering fantastic uninterrupted views over the white sandy beach to the pristine waters of the bay. A well appointed home with the master bedroom, ensuite, walk in robe and deck on the upper level. Ground floor has kitchen/meals/living offering sea views, separate... more
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 2 Car

4 Bayview Road, Point Turton

Unrestricted Panoramic Seaviews

Two level solid brick home with iron roof consisting of 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 2 kitchens, 2 living areas, double garage and carport all taking in arguably the best seaviews in Point Turton. The top floor with 3 bedrooms, ensuite, open plan kitchen/dine/lounge with timber raked... more

Yorke Peninsula is a rapidly growing area located west of Adelaide. Shaped like a leg and foot the narrow Peninsula extends about 160km south from Port Wakefield. The Gulf St. Vincent separates the Peninsula from Adelaide with a distance of about 70km over water from Adelaide to Port Vincent, Stansbury & Edithburgh.

The region is well known as a reliable farming, cropping and grazing area, which produces a large percentage of Australia’s premium malting barley. More recently the area has become a strong tourist destination with families visiting during summer and the ‘grey nomads’ out of school holidays.

The Southern Yorke Peninsula is characterised by small, pretty coastal townships and holiday settlements which are serviced by Minlaton and Yorketown for retail, commercial and medical services.