“A collection of unmissable walking trails right on your doorstep on stunning Yorke Peninsula.”
With over 500km of walking and cycling trails on offer, you won’t have a shortage of trails to pick from when you visit Yorke Peninsula. An achievable yet substantial day walk is the 20.5km stretch from Gleesons Landing to Corny Point. Starting from Gleesons Landing campsite, this trail alternates between a rough and ready walking track and sections where you’ll be walking on soft-sand beaches. This section of the Yorke Peninsula is known for it’s epic swells of up to 5 meters so get ready to see some talented local surfers in action. Daly Head is renowned for its waves and is one of Australia’s 16 National Surfing Reserves. As well as the surfers, you’re also likely to see dolphins catching waves and sea lions on the shoreline. When you reach Corny Point Lighthouse, built in 1882, you’ll know it’s nearly time for a cold beer. The walk finishes right around the corner from the lighthouse at Corny Point township where we recommend heading straight for a drink and meal at Howling Dog Tavern. There’s a caravan park and holiday homes available for rent if you want to stay a night before returning to Gleesons Landing.
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