WALKING THE YORKE... Big Heart Adventure Tours specialises in women’s walking groups and had a successful first tour to Yorke Peninsula in May, back: Tina Jameson; front: Lena MacRae, Karen Crabtree, Rachelle Newton, Anne Marsh, Celia Latty-Steele, Anita Crabtree, Diana De Hulsters, Kate Preiss, Rachel Inness. The tour company plans to return and again Walk the Yorke in August. WALKING THE YORKE... Big Heart Adventure Tours specialises in women’s walking groups and had a successful first tour to Yorke Peninsula in May, back: Tina Jameson; front: Lena MacRae, Karen Crabtree, Rachelle Newton, Anne Marsh, Celia Latty-Steele, Anita Crabtree, Diana De Hulsters, Kate Preiss, Rachel Inness. The tour company plans to return and again Walk the Yorke in August.

Walk the Yorke attracting visitors to the region

WALK the Yorke is fast becoming a tourist drawcard.

“Walk the Yorke gives visitors another reason to visit Yorke Peninsula and anecdotally it has been a good motivator for some of our interstate visitors looking at a walking holiday,” Yorke Peninsula Tourism manager Brooke Liebelt said.

“It’s unique to our region and is one of only a few trails in Australia that doesn’t have a seasonal closure which also makes it appealing.

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