Edithburgh is located on the foreshore at the south eastern tip of Yorke Peninsula. Edithburgh overlooks Gulf Street Vincent and Troubridge Island.
Attractions in town
Native Flora Park located on the Ansty Tce. In Edith Street there is Edithburgh Museum which features historical maritime collection. In Blanche Street there is Bakehouse Arts and Crafts which has local arts in display. Town jetty present at the end of Edith Street is built in the year 1873 which is popular with Anglers. Natural tidal pool is excellent for swimming, fishing and offshore diving tours.
Attractions in the area
2 km to the south of Edithburgh there is Sultana Point which is famous for fishing and swimming. Scenic drive along the south - west coast to Innes National Park has some good views to offer. Coobowie is present 5 km to the north of Edithburgh which is a popular coastal town. Troubridge Island Conservation park is home to Penguins, black-faced shags and crested terns.