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Yorke Peninsula

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*'''Surfing'''. ''The Bottom End'' is famous for surfing having many excellent surf beaches, some are easier to get to then others and some local knowledge would be helpful for any uninitiated visitor. The Yorke Peninsula is home to some committed surfers. Each October long-weekend, Innes National Park hosts one of South Australia's most prestigious surfing events, the Cutloose Cooper's Yorkes Classic.
 
*<do name="Wheal Hughes Copper Mine" alt="" address="Wallaroo Road, Moonta" directions="" phone="+61 8 8825 1891" url="http://www.southaustralia.com/9000950.aspx " hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Dress up like a miner in a hard hat, cap lamp and boots for the underground mine tour and head into the large underground tunnel that descends 55 metres below the surface. Cathedral like workings ('stopes') can be seen above the fools gold glittering in the walls of the mine tunnel along with blue patches of copper leaching through the walls.</do>
*<do name="Yorke Peninsula's Home Grown Trail" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="1800 654 991" url="http://www.southaustralia.com/HomeGrownTrail.aspx" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Yorke Peninsula is home to some of the state’s key farming and produce businesses. The tour provides a behind-the-scenes view of the region’s produce operations and a participant can visit primary industry and grass roots businesses. The tour gives an insight into a range of local industries including wine making, sheep stud, alpaca and ostrich farming. Visitors are offered special on-site tours to a variety of businesses and producers.</do>
*<do name="Wheal Hughes Copper Mine" alt="" address="Wallaroo Road, Moonta" directions="" phone="+61 8 8825 1891" url=" http://www.southaustralia.com/9000950.aspx " hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Dress up like a miner in a hard hat, cap lamp and boots for the underground mine tour and head into the large underground tunnel that descends 55 metres below the surface. Cathedral like workings ('stopes') can be seen above the fools gold glittering in the walls of the mine tunnel along with blue patches of copper leaching through the walls.</do>
 
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