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rock lobster fishing


Rock Lobster Fishing

Cape Jaffa today is a thriving rock lobster fishing port with wholesalers exporting all over the world. During the peak of the season (October until end of May) up to 30 fishing boats can be seen moored at the Jetty in the relatively sheltered waters of Lacepede Bay. Fresh Lobster can be purchased from the wholesalers near the Jetty and the Caravan Park has a special crayfish cooking facility.

Mount Benson Wine Region

Cape Jaffa is also the gateway to the burgeoning Mount Benson Wine Region which currently boasts 7 cellar door outlets. The start of the wine trail is just a short 10 minute drive from Cape Jaffa.

Further Information : Mount Benson Wine Region & Cellar Door

water sportsWater Sports & Marine Animal Viewing

Staying at the Cape provides the ultimate beach holiday escape, offering plenty of scope for many water activities such as fishing, scuba diving over the wonderful reefs and snorkelling around the very safe swimming beach. Seals, dolphins and penguins can often be seen close to shore.

Four Wheel Driving & Bushwalking

There are lots of opportunities for bush walking or four wheel driving. It is legal in this part of S.A to drive upon the beach and many people take the opportunity during the summer months for a beautiful four wheel driving experience on the beach between Kingston and Cape Jaffa.

The Caravan Park has lovely shady generous sized grassed sights. If you just want to simply sit and relax the only noise that you will hear is from the abundant native bird life living in the boat charterspark.

Boat Charters

Cape Jaffa Charters run scenic cruises on Lacepede Bay or fish The Coorong for Tuna on a full or half day fishing charter. For details telephone Mark Rothall on 08 8768 5050.

Matt Pedlar 0409 487 819

Easy access to the state of the art "Anchorage Marina" boat ramp.

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