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Best things to do in Yankalilla

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Bakery
“Before arriving at Normanville stop in at the ever so popular Yankalilla Bakery - sometimes people are lined up out the door!”
12 locals recommend
Lodging
“If you want a good meal with great service, the hotel will send a complimentary bus to pick you up and drop you off. Ph: 08 8558 2011”
5 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
1 local recommends
Cafe
“Staff are friendly, food is great - vego, vegan, gluten free and/or meat eaters are catered for. Decor is funky, hipster. A generally welcoming atmosphere! Great teas and coffee!”
4 locals recommend
Cafe
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“This cafe as a great atmosphere and service. Very friend staff. Absolutely the best pizza. And the wood oven pizza chef is fantastic.”
4 locals recommend
Food
“Quality local producer of award winning wines. phone ahead for opening hours at the cellar door sales.”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“It has mnay exhibits taking one through the history of the entire Fleurieu Penninsular.”
4 locals recommend
Bakery
“The Fleurieu Peninsula Art Trail includes 61 galleries, 6 of which are in the Yankalilla District. If you are into all things beautiful such as paintings, sculptures or a piece of breath taking jewellery pop in to the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre to collect a copy of the brochure to set you on your way.”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Fleurieu Coast Free Bikes is a FREE bike hire scheme available to visitors and locals every day. Cycling on one of the three styles of bikes available, retro bikes, adult mountain bikes and 24” kids mountain bikes is a great way to discover the Fleurieu Coast with Yankalilla, Normanville and Carrickalinga all being relatively flat and within close distance . Bikes can be hired from two locations: The Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre, 163 Main South Road, Yankalilla (13 bikes) 21 Junk Street Cafe, 84 Main Street, Yankalilla (4 bikes) Hire is free, you just need to complete a hire form and leave current valid photo ID as security. To find out more contact the Yankalilla Bay Visito”
1 local recommends
Street Address
“Displaying work by local artists, gifts for all occasions, including sterling silver and glass jewellery, hand painted silk scarves, glassware, pottery and cards. All welcome. Ph: 08 85583456 Trading Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 11am-4pm, Open School and Public Holidays”
1 local recommends
Store
“Yankalilla has a centre of gourmet excellence with our Butchery and Grocer. Of course, given this is a Wakefield Grange venture, this gourmet oasis features local, grass fed and free range meats. However, we are also stocking: local cheeses; fresh organic produce; gardener tools; gifts; cookbooks; kitchenwares.”
1 local recommends
Establishment
“Overlooking the magnificent Southern Fleurieu coastline and is located only 2km from Normanville. This superb championship golf course offers the golfer a challenging experience.”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
1 local recommends
Store
“From homewares to quality art supplies you can be guaranteed that Browse In and Save will not disappoint. Truly low prices coupled with an extensive range of products and excellent customer service, Browse In & Save. Browse In & Save is a wholly South Australian owned enterprise. So as well as saving money on great product lines, you will be supporting a company that supports your local community. ”
1 local recommends