Wallaroo has some interesting visitor attractions, like the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum and the Wallaroo Golf Course.
When it comes to getting the most out of your time here, keep in mind that Wallaroo is merely just the start; Clare Valley - Yorke Peninsula features an abundance of natural and man-made attractions. While in the region, visit the Port Hughes Jetty and Port Hughes Waterfront Park in and around Port Hughes, about 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the northeast of Wallaroo.
Clare is around 55 miles (89 kilometers) from Wallaroo. This center offers a diverse range of things to see and do, such as Clare Golf Club, Mount Horrocks Wine and Skillogalee Winery. If you're still looking for things to do, visit Inchiquin Lake, Grosset Wines and Knappstein Wines before you head back to Wallaroo.
Get outside and discover Clare Valley - Yorke Peninsula's farms and open-air markets.
Those who like to go beyond the usual sights will enjoy Wallaroo's winery tours.
Should you be lucky enough to be in Clare Valley - Yorke Peninsula on the 26th of January, partake in the events surrounding the nation-wide Australia Day celebrations.
The best vacations are all about making new friends and doing things differently to at home. Wallaroo is a great place for such a holiday.