Stenhouse Bay Jetty
Stenhouse Bay Jetty
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roger M
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2.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Friends
Great views and walks although noisy helicopters from 7.30am break the serenity. Plenty of phone reception, campsites need to be chosen carefully.
Written 11 April 2024
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Suzanne2303
Labrador, Australia966 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2022 • Couples
We drove down Yorke Peninsula into the National Park at the southern tip, and on to Stenhouse Bay. From the car park we walked a short way to catch our first glimpse of the jetty. What a beautiful sight! Blue water, rugged cliffs, blue sky and the old wooden jetty. Definitely worth a photo or two.
Written 17 June 2022
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Rebecca
Adelaide, Australia1,767 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021 • Couples
Sooooo many fish here, with lots of space and very clear water. The fish were all too small though, so we saw people having to just throw them back. Still, it's great for kids who are impatient.

We went for a stroll to take in views, and had lunch in the picnic area.
Written 4 April 2021
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nilintentum_reliquit
Melbourne, Australia2,632 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2021 • Solo
Easy short walk with viewing platforms of the scrub and coastline. Jetty is a pleasant stroll.
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Written 8 January 2021
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branham2016
Adelaide, Australia6,197 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2020
After entering Innes National Park in South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula, the first place to call into after the Park Information Centre is Stenhouse Bay. Named after Andrew Stenhouse, who helped start the gypsum industry in this location. It became part of the National Park after the South Australian Government bought the surrounding land in 1975.

The 206 metre long jetty now is a favourite with fishermen and tourists alike. The car park can be “full” at times but there is a regular turnover so we did not have to wait that long for a park. There is a short walk to the lookout which provides great views of the jetty, the Ocean and further along the coast. The lookout has signage and also an area for picnicking. From there it is a steep walk down to the jetty.

The views along the way are worth the walk, with the cliffs providing clues to the gypsum industry that functioned here. The wide jetty is surrounded by pristine clear blue water and is hemmed in by the rocky cliffs.

We enjoyed the time at Stenhouse Bay Jetty taking in the atmosphere and also expectantly watching the few fishermen hoping that they caught the catch of the day! But alas was not to be.

Return? This is, like a few other places, already on the “Must Return To” bucket list!
Written 8 August 2020
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Michael-4551
Caloundra, Australia5,458 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
Visited on Monday 2nd March. We stopped to check out the jetty. From the carpark you get a good view of the jetty below.
Written 11 June 2020
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