Swim with sea dragons over school holidays with Yorke Peninsula snorkel tours

Experience a whole new world beneath the ocean surface with this series of snorkeling tours in the Yorke Peninsula.

Keen to get out of the city and explore something new this coming school holidays?

There is no better time than ever to plan a trip to the Yorke Peninsula and take advantage of the amazing events being run by EMS, Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries. 

EMS specialise in all things marine life through their community snorkeling tours, and they are ready to open up a whole new underwater world of wonder to you.

Between April 10-13, there will be a series of events hosted by EMS qualified snorkel leaders and marine biologists giving participants the chance to discover and explore some of the best snorkel sites for both beginners and those with more experience.

Discover what swims beneath the local jetties and gaze in wonder at the colourful sponges, ascidians and corals, as well as an abundance of colourful fish varieties, blue swimmer crabs, squid, fiddler rays, angelfish, sea horses and seagrasses. The Yorke Peninsula is also one of the best locations to spot the elusive leafy sea dragon.

This exciting opportunity is perfect for kids over the age of 5 and who can swim at least 25m. It is also a great opportunity for a day trip or longer stay on the beautiful Yorke Peninsula where there is so much to see and do.

Tickets start at just $19.95, so start planning your next family trip.


April 10- Moonta Bay Jetty

April 11- Port Hughes Jetty

April 12- Edithburgh Jetty

April 13- Wool Bay Jetty (near Edithburgh)

For more information and to secure your place on these marine tours, visit the EMS website.

If you want more inspiration for what to do in the Yorke Peninsula, check out our guide.

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