Port Vincent Beach
Yorke Peninsula

Port Vincent Beach is a great safe beach in South Australia.  The township has a caravan park right on the beach along with take-away, playground and bbq facilities.  Good quality sand makes for a pleasant day at the beach.

Copyright: Jeff richardson
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Subida: 09/09/2012
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Tags: beach; sand; port vincent; south australia; swim; recreation; fishing
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