Our Sanctuaries You Can Stay program aims to connect environmentally-minded vacationers with eco-tourism destinations and bush retreats across Australia. All of our accommodations listed are members of the Wildlife Land Trust, and many offer unique experiences such as wildlife rescue, holistic agriculture and bush regeneration. 

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Point Yorke, South Australia


Multi award-winning Yondah Beach House really is the perfect coastal hideaway. Set on 300 secluded oceanfront acres on the wild southern coast of South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula, this gorgeous architect-designed  deluxe beach house is all about seclusion, space and simple elegance by the sea. Rated 4.5 stars, the pet-friendly accommodation features plenty of space with three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

An easy 3 hour drive from Adelaide, Yondah offers guests a unique 'luxe-in-nature' experience complete with private sandy beaches, panoramic sea views to Kangaroo Island, cliff top walks, rare native orchids, abundant bird life, and pods of whales in winter. Yondah has twice been awarded 'Best Deluxe Accommodation in Australia' and was inducted into the SA Tourism Awards Hall of Fame. It has also achieved Advanced Ecotourism Certification with Ecotourism Australia.

For the conservation-minded, step into the shoes of a researcher and get involved monitoring and surveying iconic wildlife species including western pygmy possums, malleefowl, hooded plovers, ospreys, white-bellied sea eagles and heath goannas. You can also take part in seasonal revegetation activities to create habitats for rare local butterflies and native bees as well as re-establishing understorey plants and native grasslands.

Title Yondah Beach House
Features Bush Regeneration, Bushwalking, Wildlife Spotting

Contact Details

Contact person Michele Bain
Phone 0417 829 010
Website http://yondah.com.au/
Email holiday@yondah.com.au


1662 S Coast Rd, Foul Bay SA 5577, Australia