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Located in South Australia, Androssan lies on the eastern coast of the Yorke Peninsula. Adelaide is about 150 kilometers away. Tourism is a major part of the economy in this town. Many people come to the area to take advantage of the great fishing opportunities found along the shore. This spot is known for its abundant blue crab population and crayfish, which are popular to catch from September through to April every year.
This city has a strong history and provides visitors with plenty to do. One of the strong points of the area would be its agriculture. Androssan acts as a major grain port within the region. In fact, during the 19th century the Stump Jump Plough came from this town and prevented snags from rocks in the ground. Historians believe the invention is a highly important contribution to agriculture during that time period. Those who visit this lovely area can indulge in historical finds at the Androssan and District Historical Museum. The museum features coach parking, heritage experiences, and relics of sea treasure.
Anyone searching for a nautical adventure will find this Australian town ideal. The Zanoni Shipwreck is a popular attraction among scuba divers. It is found ten miles off the coast of Androssan. This wreck site is well-preserved and holds the title as one of the most complete wrecks in South Australia. The Zanoni was a 338 ton vessel that sank during a storm in 1865. Fishermen discovered the wreckage in 1983. People who wish to dive in the area must receive a permit from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. A sunken barge located a mile from the Zanoni hosts an active fishing area open to the public.
The Androssan Golf Club remains open seven days a week throughout the year. Visitors are welcome to play in the weekly competitions. This golf club is visible from the Main Coast Road and is 149 kilometers from Adelaide. An 18 hole course featuring sand scrapes await eager golfers ready to play while on vacation. Restrictions of the course require visitors to keep their group to a minimum of four people while playing. Instead of having paid staff, the clubs has volunteers who keep up the grounds and aid members in the club.
Those looking for the perfect Yorke and Lower North accommodation will have to sort through many choices. Androssan offers the best mixture of adventure, history, and sporting activity to keep visitors happy. The coast of Androssan allows people to relax along the shore and take in all the South Australia has to offer. People will remember their amazing family holiday spent along the Yorke Peninsula for years to come.
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