THINGS TO DO
Coobowie is a great quiet base from which to explore the added attractions the Yorke Peninsula has to offer.
Coobowie Craft Show
The annual Coobowie Craft Show is held in the Coobowie Hall. Held late December early January
A wide variety of crafts are presented including home - made preserves and other edible goodies. A variety
of childrens and adult clothing machine embroidered, hand made cards and gifts, wood work, toys and
jewellery. Plenty to see and buy.
Coobowie Corner Crafts - like us on face book Coobowie Corner
When the signs out the doors are open...... come in and take a look around. Locally made products and
crafts. Some nice hats, bags and clothes Im sure you will find something you like.... last minute gifts.
Just to the left of the playground at the t junction in Coobowie.
Coobowie to Edithburgh Bike / Walking Trail and Bird Hide
A lovely solid bike track or walking track that meanders from the southern end of Coobowie along the
rugged coastline to Edithburgh. Plenty of bird life and natural bushland on the edge of the cliff face, offering
glimpses of the oyster farms and Trougbridge Island in the St Vincent Gulf. Coobowie has now completed a
bird hide and this is situated at the causeway offering views of birds feeding on the low water line in the
Estuary. Bird identification brochures are available at the General Store and at the Caravan Park. 600 native
trees have been planted and the area will be a beautiful natural habitat for the land and sea birds once these
plants have established. Interpretive signage has been placed in the area to assist visitors and seating to
provide rest stops to take in the magnificant views.
Stansbury Seaside Market http://www.stansburysa.com
Stansbury Seaside markets operate during October to April anually and offer tourists a place to purchase
local products, arts and crafts in a market environment.
Ballywire Farm http://www.ballywirefarm.com
Ballywire Farm experience a fully working farm, see farm animals including donkeys, horses, sheep, cows,
chickens, bantams, ducks, geese, rabbits, dogs, cats and fauna rescue animals. There are farm animal
displays, farm produce for sale, arts and crafts, tearooms, licensed restaurants and pedal car track and now
putt putt golf. Extensive hands on and interactive displays are available to enhance your visit. The meals are
great and the food so well prepared and they make great use of the farm produce.
Bublacowie Military Museum
Built on the grounds of the Bublacowie School, the museum was built to keep alive the memories of the
sacrafices made by so many, and help the young people of today learn about our Military History.
Yorke Peninsula Visitor Information Centre www.visityorkepeninsula.com.au
Provides visitor information and also produces an electronic newsletter advising
visitors to the region what activities / events are on during their visit.
Dawn Wades Pt Turton Ceramic Art Gallery
Pt Turton Ceramic Art is a small gallery specialising in unique and unusual, high quality ceramic art.
All pieces are crafted on the premises by Dawn Wade, one of Australias foremost ceramic artists.
Dawn has a selection of hand crafted articles for sale with each being an original.
Minlaton chocolaterie uses only quality ingredients in the making of chocolates and cakes. Made in the
tradition of the finest European chocolates, the blends are unique,rich and creamy.
The Bakehouse Arts & Crafts in the Edithburgh Museum
Established in 1986 as an outlet for local art and craft and a community fundraiser, the Bakehouse Arts and
Crafts shop can now be found in the museum grounds in Edith Street. The shop offers a wide range of local
produce arts and crafts with jams, pickles, chutneys,cards, pottery,woodwork, toys baby, clothes, novelties
and so much more.