The Wallaroo Jetty is one of Australia's longest jetties and is heavily used. Wallaroo is around at 155 km/96 mi in the northwest of Adelaide. It was the discovery of copper in the late 1880s that led to the settlement. Wallaroo makes part as one of the three towns which form the Copper Triangle.
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Snorkeling in Moonta Bay, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia Australia
Moonta is located roughly at 160 km/99 mi in the northwest of Adelaide region, also known as the ‘Copper Triangle”, formed by two other close towns, Wallaroo and Kadina. The Port Hughes jetty offers excellent fishing opportunities with blue crabs, snook, tommy ruffs, King George whiting, flathead, snapper and squid .
The beaches are stunning while the wide sandy bottom of the shores with its clear blue green waters are excellent for families and beginners. Copper was discovered in this area in 1861 and led to the establishment of the Moonta Mining Company. There is a huge variety of accommodation options and cottages available in the spot, some of which are within walking distance from sandy beaches, jetties and cafes.
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December – AUSTRALIA
River Rafting Tour Class III / IV / V & outdoor experiences on Tully River.
Not an expedition. 21 Days – air travel not included.