Special Features
Beachfront deluxe cabins.
Spa cabin beachfront.
Shady grassed sites.
Budget cabins.
Fish cleaning facilities.
Campers kitchen.
B.B.Q. area.
Short walk to shop and jetty.
Immaculate amenities and laundry.
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Around Wallaroo

Around Wallaroo

Wallaroo was surveyed in late 1860 and named after W. W. Hughes' Wallaroo Station, located east of the smelting works site.
This site was established in 1861 following the discovery of copper ore at nearby Wallaroo Mine (Kadina) and Moonta.
The smelters were responsible for the development of the town and with its modern deep water jetty, large grain silos, bulk loading facilities and superphosphate production Wallaroo is now the major port on the western coast of the Peninsula and also one of the busiest ports in South Australia.

One of the area’s most popular attractions is the Wallaroo Nautical and Maritime Museum, and don’t miss the Copper Coast Family Fishing Competition

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