Wallaroo is a port town on the western side of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, 160 kilometres north-northwest of Adelaide. It is one of the three Copper Triangle towns famed for their historic shared copper mining industry, and known together as "Little Cornwall",
Wallaroo Holiday Park accommodation includes self contained two and three bedroom family cabins, a cabin with disabled facilities, 4 and 6 berth units and 2 spa units. All units come with absolute beach frontage on the foreshore of beautiful Wallaroo Bay.
Relax and enjoy glorious unrestricted sea views from the comfort of your tastefully furnished lounge room. Delight in the murmur of waves just 20 metres from your front door. Experience all the pleasures of one of Australias safest and cleanest beaches, with ideal conditions for swimming, wind surfing, water skiing and fishing.
For caravanners and campers there are over 100 Powered Sites available at the park. Some with absolute beach frontage and beautiful views of the Wallaroo Bay and the Jetty, or you could opt for a standard site or soon to be released NEW ensuited sites.
Wallaroo North Beach Tourist Parks excleent facilities include internet access, games room, camp kitchen and BBQ facilites etc, together with spotless amenities and disabled access.
Discover the rich heritage of the Copper Coast, the mines, Museums and scenic drives. Visit the Museums, Art & Craft Galleries historical sites. Sample the cuisine of the area's restaurants and hotels.
Wallaroo attractions and things to see and do while staying with us include:
The Sheltered Beaches are safe for swimming and a popular family attraction. enjoy swimming, surfing, boating and sailing etc.
The Wallaroo Jetty is one of the most popular in South Australia. It is a deep sea port, excellent for fishers and is only a short distance by car from the park.
The Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum is full of the maritime history of this busy port
The Heritage Trail - rediscover a bygone era of this prosperous town
Hughes Chimney built in 1861 with 300,000 bricks and standing 36m high
Coopers Alehouse at Wallaroo
Wallaroo Golf Club
The Art Spot Gallery
Sea SA Ferry travels daily across Spencer Gulf from Wallaroo to Lucky Bay on Eyre Peninsula
Try some of the excellent restaurants and cafes, and explore the local shops!
VISIT OUR WEBSITE for more information, and stay with us soon, we look forward to welcoming you!
Please mention you found us on the GoSeeAustralia website when you contact us!Extra Adult/Child: $15 / $10
Washing Facilities: Available
BBQ Facilities: Available
Pool: Not Available
Spa: Not Available
Pet Friendly: No
Shop/ Kiosk: Available
Games Room: Available
Toilet Facilities: Available
Shower Facilities: Available
- Flat screen TV