Wallaroo is a township on the western coast of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia. This historical town was first settled in 1851 and eight years later copper deposits were discovered in nearby Kadina. Wallaroo was proclaimed a town in 1862 and it was Yorke Peninsula's largest and most important port until 1923 when copper production ceased.
Sea SA Ferry offers a convenient ferry service to Wallaroo from Lucky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula. Below, you can find all the Wallaroo ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to and from Wallaroo
Sea SA Ferry provides a great car and passenger ferry service. Its ferry features the latest facilities to make your journey enjoyable.
Getting to Wallaroo port
You can drive to Wallaroo following signs to the Town Centre. Turn right at the Seamans Cottages on the right, and the ferry terminal is approximately 200 metres on the left.
Wallaroo port facilities
The Wallaroo terminal is located at 1 Heritage Drive, Wallaroo.
Parking is free at Wallaroo port but owners leave their cars at their own risk.
On board, you will find an outdoor observation deck, a relaxing lounge and a café. Travelling on the Sea SA ferry service is a beautiful experience and the views you will enjoy en-route are priceless.
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Wallaroo is a small port town on South Australia's Yorke Peninsula. From here you can take the ferry to Lucky Bay (near Cowell) on the Eyre Peninsula. Historically, Wallaroo was part of the "copper triangle" copper mining industry and today is part of the area referred to as the "Copper Coast" or "Little Cornwall". The area also grew as an exporter of grain from Australia to Europe and you can see Wallaroo's grain silos on the horizon as you approach by ferry. Industry still thrives in the area, but beautiful safe beaches and great fishing are popular with tourists.
Sea SA Ferries
Wallaroo Ferry Terminal, 1 Heritage Dr, Wallaroo SA 5556, Australia