Julia Park Beach House - Yorke Peninsula
Sunset at Julia Park Beach House

Beach House

Julia Park has a great range of facilities and activities:


  • 3 bedrooms with luxury bed linen supplied
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Ceiling fans in every room
  • Bathroom with shower/toilet/vanity and luxury towels supplied (Please provide your own Beach Towels)
  • Easy access, open plan, fully equipped kitchen including tea/coffee making
  • Open living/entertainment area
  • Rain water
  • Washing machine
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Private beach access to secluded sandy beach for safe swimming - Bring your own Beach Towels
  • Natural bush setting
  • Local wildlife including birds
  • Private romantic seating locations dotted around the property
  • Fantastic dolphin, pelican and other wildlife viewing location
  • Large entertaining area, back or front.


The Yorke Peninsula’s and surrounding areas is one of South Australia’s premier tourist destinations. Julia Park is remote enough for privacy, while still just a short drive from spectacular sights, food and entertainment.

  • Drop a line in placid waters, off your own secluded beach and perhaps catch a yellow fin whiting for dinner.
  • Picnic on the foreshore. With your own secluded beach front it's almost as if it’s your own. When the tide is in you have the beach and placid calm waters of St Vincent's gulf virtually to yourself.
  • Boating. Put your boat in at the public ramp at Port Julia and moor out the front.
  • Visit the spectacular Innes National Park. Set along rugged coastline with spectacular scenery, the southern tip of the Yorke Peninsula is known locally as 'the bottom end' and is home to Innes National Park. One of Australia's finest parks, it attracts many visitors keen to experience the Park's natural bush land appeal, flora and fauna, and cultural heritage.
  • Get crabbing!. This area is well known for the popular pastime of crabbing.
  • Visit Port Julia jetty, one of the old time barley and wheat ports.
  • View the developing marina at Port Vincent and enjoy fine wine, food and cold beer at the Ventnor Hotel.
  • Experience Harvest Corner and Craft YP Visitor Information Centre located in Minlaton. This info centre houses many quality crafts, local produce, internet café, fresh coffee and home made cakes are also available.
  • A thriving sea port. Ardrossan is well known for its huge grain facility. The port also has extensive facilities for shipping dolomite that is mined by Onesteel. The mine site just west of Ardrossan has a lookout which offers spectacular views.
  • Stansbury seaside markets - conducted on the foreshore on various weekends from October through to April, these markets are special. Most items are locally hand made with some great bargains on local produce, plants and art.