Wallaroo ferry port in Australia connects you with Lucky Bay in Australia with a choice of up to 9 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Wallaroo to Lucky Bay crossing is from 2 hours and the crossing is operated by Sea Sa.
Wallaroo is a coastal town on the western side of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, just 160 km north of Adelaide. Together with Kadina and Moonta, Wallaroo forms the Copper Coast, formerly known as the Copper Triangle.
The town has a deep sea port complete with a multi-million dollar marina development, and is also home to the Spencer Gulf Prawn fleet. The Sea SA Car and Passenger Ferry makes daily crossings from Wallaroo to Lucky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula. The jetty is a favourite location for fishing where there are no ships in the port. Many fishing charter tour operators use Wallaroo as a base.
On the north side of the town you will see long, wide beaches, so welcoming that you’ll never want to leave. There’s also the popular three-day Kernewek Lowender Cornish festival which is held every odd year in May, with Kadina, Moonta and Wallaroo each hosting the festival for one day.