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South Australia & Northern Territory - Western South Australia (PDF Chapter)
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This is the Western South Australia chapter from Lonely Planet’s South Australia & Northern Territory guidebook.
Within striking range of Adelaide, the Yorke Peninsula exudes agrarian beauty: deep azure summer skies and yellow barley fields spread across hazy rolling hills. Further west on the gargantuan Eyre Peninsula, wheat fields extend from horizon to horizon, while tuna, whiting and oysters abound offshore.
- dig into Cornish copper-mining history in Moonta
- discover industrial remnants, sparkling waters and remote surf breaks at Innes National Park
- see some seafood (or better still, eat it) in Port Lincoln, the tuna capital of Australia
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Yorke Peninsula, West Coast, East Coast, South Coast & Innes National Park, Eyre Peninsula & the West Coast, Port Augusta, Port Lincoln, Coffin Bay, Streaky Bay & Around, Ceduna to the Western Australia Border.
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