• 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

88 Sultana Point Road, Edithburgh

Absolute Beachfront Shack

Neat besser brick shack on the Sultana Point beachfront at the northern slightly higher end of the beach. With 2 bedrooms, open kitchen/living/dine, large bathroom, single carport and good rainwater supply. A private short walkway from the front door takes you onto the beautiful sandy protected... more
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2 Car

75 Beach Road, Coobowie

Superb Stone Home

This would be one of the best older stone homes in the area. The stonework is in excellent condition and inside the home is superbly presented. Three very large bedrooms with high ceilings, large lounge, all with high quality all new carpet, a larder, fantastic as new kitchen, large dining room,... more
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2 Car

11A Minlacowie Road, Port Vincent

Fantastic Location and Seaviews

Situated on the sea front tucked away from the traffic but just a pleasant stroll to the shops and hotel. Lovely stone home with galley kitchen, large lounge with combustion heater, 4 good sized bedrooms, nicely tiled bathroom and a huge family room area. The family room area could also be used... more
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Car

5 The Esplanade, Bluff Beach

The Locals Secret

The Bluff is a secluded sandy bay protected by a reef on the northern and southern side. This 3 bedroom holiday home enjoys a quiet location about 100m south of the bay. Some sea glimpses from the front deck with glorious seaviews available from a 2 storey (stc). Shed 30' x 25', Land 700m2. more
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath

436 Old Coast Road, Sheaoak Flat

Gentlemans Bungalow with Views

Original stone farmhouse built in 1938 on a (5 acre) well fenced parcel of land taking in wonderful seaviews from the wide elevated front verandah. The home is in excellent condition with 3 large bedrooms, study, large country kitchen with walk in pantry, tiled bathroom with toilet, laundry and a... 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.