At a smidge under two hours from Adelaide, this beautiful waterfront self contained accommodation, at the top of the Yorke Peninsula, is an easy drive for a weekend getaway with the kids (or getaway from the kids – don’t we all dream about that just occasionally?) #MumTime #DateNight

Honestly, what a complete surprise package to find this luxury multi award winning high rise sitting pride of place on the edge of Wallaroo’s Marina Basin and overlooking the white sands and blue horizon that frame Yorke Peninsula’s famous North Beach. We are confident that regional South Australia doesn’t have any thing that even comes close to the hospitality experience you will find here, and being beach / coast / sunset chasers our selves…..well this gem has shot direct to the top of our holiday at home favourites. Throw in a town that has it’s own on trend brewery and distillery. SOLD.

Boasting 25 modern apartments, there are options to suit couples, families and even larger groups or families who choose to travel together. Expect a great range of room types from a more traditional hotel style room, through to spacious executive apartments with their own kitchens and lounge room area. There’s even penthouses with private roof top decks! Oh the views! Imagine your own private happy hour or special occasion celebration up there as the sun slips away for another day. On that note, Wallaroo sunsets really are something else.

Adjacent the main 5 storey complex you will find Wallaroo Marina Apartments ‘Boardwalk Apartments’ and these are our top pick for family stays, with enough space to take the grandparents along too if that’s your jam.

Now, we mentioned the waterfront location, lets just drop in here that regardless of your room type, every single room has it’s own unique and beautiful view and there is just so much to do here, you’ll definitely need more than one night.

Stroll the boardwalk or take a peddle or perhaps a paddle with bike and kayak hire available from reception. This place has the family covered for activities. We love that it is just a short walk to the town centre, jetty and swimming pontoons and with a great range of casual dining easily accessible by foot. Yes, including good coffee options (thank you Cafe Mia). Our favourite place to enjoy a few drinks and eat with out the kids is Bond Store and with the kids we can’t go past North Beach Kitchen, however both are suitable for families and we need to return to try out some of the others.

Wallaroo Marina Apartments are conveniently located next to the Spencer Gulf Searoad Ferry terminal, providing an ideal stopover for people travelling to and from the Eyre Peninsula.

So, whether you just need some down time, some luxury time (they have a package that includes massages y’all), some family time or some time out, you are going to love it here. Walk the jetty, beachcomb, or even try your luck with a fishing charter! Cars can enter North Beach to drive slowly and park up for the day and there is so much more to see and enjoy with kids around the three main towns of the Copper Coast or further down the Yorke Peninsula.

Book it in, honestly – memories and holiday traditions are waiting to be made!

Find Wallaroo Marina Apartments at: 11 Heritage Drive, Wallaroo SA

Phone them : (08) 8823 4068 (8am to 4pm daily)

View more and book online:https://www.wallarooapartments.com.au

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