At the top of the Yorke Peninsula, on Coastal Way, 15 mins after Port Wakefield you’ll find the Port Clinton Fairy Houses.
There are over 30 little fairy houses in this tiny seaside town. Makes a good toilet stop to/from Yorke Peninsula, especially with a dog as it’s less busy than Pt Wakefield.
Find it at 24-36 Duryea street , Port Clinton
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