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The weather in Wallaroo
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. However, temperatures can go lower than 5° in Wallaroo in July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Wallaroo is a small town full of history in South Australia. Fishing, boating, swimming, and beach walks are just a taste of the local activities to get in on when you rent a holiday letting in this former mining town. In the area, you'll find modest cottages, larger properties, and modern, waterfront apartments. The beautiful sandy beaches are wonderful for holidaymakers, while the town's commercial port still exports barley and wheat. Finally, Wallaroo's old Cornish style of buildings are a reminder of its colourful past.
Discover wineries with ease from a Wallaroo holiday cottage
Wallaroo has plenty of cafes and restaurants. For a coffee right on the bay, head to Caffe Mia. If you'd prefer a book with your brew, eclectic Noelene's Book Cafe has you covered. The Boat Shed restaurant is another casual option by the water, while for delicious fish and chips, Hooked on Fish & Chips 2 will sate your appetite. If you've got a craving for Italian, drive to nearby Kadina and have an early dinner at the Bellagio.
If you've rented a car and have a designated driver, head about an hour and a half inland to Clare Valley wine country, where you'll find numerous vineyards. A few cellar doors to be sure to stop by include Paulett Wines, Kirrihill, and if you've got some beer-lovers in tow, Jeanneret Wines and Clare Valley Brewing Co.
Wallaroo's local art and heritage
Stop by the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum, housed in a former 19th century post office, to learn about the history of copper smelting in the area, as well as get an overview of Wallaroo's general history and nautical heritage. The museum has the most significant pictorial presentation of sailing ships in any museum in South Australia.
A ten minute drive away in Kadina, visit the Farm Shed Museum, which offers interpretive displays on Australia's farming history. The museum is also home to a miniature railway that operates twice a month, and Matta House, a historic 19th century bungalow.
Wallaroo with the kids
With sandy beaches and clear bay water, Wallaroo has a wide range of family activities which both children and adults can enjoy. Visit the Wallaroo Adventure Playground, which consists of a climbing net, supernova, flying fox, and slides, among other equipment. The playground has tables and chairs and is partly shaded, and is right by the historic town hall.
For an exciting fishing experience, you can hire boats and charters to various fishing spots. The town's marina offers an excellent place for anglers who want to catch big fish like snapper and Australian salmon. Wallaroo's jetty is also a great fishing point.
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