Black Point and Pine Point are two towns on the eastern coast of Yorke Peninsula.
Nearby Pine Point has a General Store which offers basic groceries, fuel and a bottle shop. For a larger supermarket, hardware, or chemist needs, Ardrossan is around a 10–15 minutes drive from Black Point.
- Yorke Peninsula Visitor Information Centre, Minlaton (Harvest Corner Information & Craft), 29 Main Street, Minlaton, SA 5575, toll-free: 1800 202 445, firstname.lastname@example.org. M-F 9AM-5PM; Sa & Su 10AM-4PM.
Black Point has one of the most gorgeous stretches of coastline anywhere in South Australia! Traditional weekend shacks were the first to find this little piece of heaven and now sit alongside some stunning new beach houses that line the bay. With no roads in between the only thing between you and the water is the white sandy beach.
- Seafood. Black Point offers a relaxing lifestyle revolving around fishing, swimming, sailing, boating, crabbing and beach activities. Catch your own seafood basket...rake the shallows for crabs, dive for scallops just off shore or cast a line for your fill of King George Whiting, garfish or Tommy roughs.
There are no restaurants in Black Point nor Pine Point. The closest eatieres are in Port Vincent (20 mins south via), or at one of the hotels.
- Yvette or Gavin (Harvey Camping Ground), Black Point Road, ☏ . Check-in: Noon, check-out: 11AM. Harvey Camp Ground is situated at the start of Black Point better known as millionaires road, (right next door to the boat ramp)If wanting to stay at a fraction of the cost but with all the same views call Gavin or Yvette on 08 88382239 and book your site. Remembering this is a camp ground with power & amenities only ( no cabins or onsite vans) $15-20 per night.
- 1 Black Point Camping Ground (Harvey Camp Ground), Black Point Road, ☏ . Check-in: noon, check-out: 11AM. A camping ground next to the boat ramp, stay on millionaires road at a fraction of the price but with all the same views. sites 1-8: $15; site 9-13: $20.
- 2 Pine Point Caravan Park Yorke Peninsula, 46-48 Main Coast Rd. This small quaint little park is built around school which closed in 1973.
Cellular (mobile) telephone network reception may not be available in many areas especially those distant from cellular network repeater towers normally located along the major highways and near larger townships. Hilly terrain will also effect reception. In an emergency seek higher ground. Some networks provide a poor coverage in regional and rural areas. It is generally considered that the best reception is available from either Telstra or Optus when in areas such as Yorke Peninsula.
For emergency services including police, fire services and ambulance call 000 from any telephone and ask the operator to connect you. Such calls are placed without charge to the calling party.