Troubridge Hotel - Edithburgh Yorke Peninsula
Welcome to the Troubridge Hotel, located in Edithburgh, one of Yorke Peninsula’s favourite seaside towns!
Edithburgh is just over 2 hours drive from Adelaide, South Australia. The Troubridge Hotel was established in 1873 and is listed by the National Trust.
You’ll find why the country hospitality at the Troubridge Hotel is considered second to none on the Yorke Peninsula when you stay with us.
The Troubridge Hotel offers comfortable and affordable accommodation right in the heart of Edithburgh, with 10 motel units suitable for couples and families. Our motel units are less than 2 minutes walk to the beach - perfect for the beach holiday you’ve been dreaming of. Our accommodation is available for an overnight stopover, weekend getaway or you can stay as many days as you like while you soak up the sun, fish, and surf or go diving to your heart’s content!
The Troubridge Hotel offers you the ideal location for all activities that Edithburgh and lower Yorke Peninsula has to offer. Edithburgh is famous for fishing and our hotel is in the best position to travel to some of the best fishing spots Yorke Peninsula and indeed South Australia has to offer
So what are your waiting for? Your seaside holiday is awaiting you at The Troubridge Hotel Edithburgh on the Yorke Peninsula.
Book now to enjoy an “Un-spoilt” Hotel that enjoys calming coastal breezes, warm days and mild nights. Spoil yourself, your friends or family and call us now, we’d love to meet you.
Terry and Desi welcome you to The Troubridge Hotel at Edithburgh, Yorke Peninsula. Together Terry & Desi bring over 20 years experience in owning regional Hotels and Motel accommodation. If you are looking for friendly, country hospitality from hosts that go that extra mile for their guests - then you have found the best holiday experience on the Yorke Peninsula!
Terry’s Uncle, William “Bill” Bull was the Troubridge lighthouse keeper during the 1960’s so it’s lovely for the family to enjoy a generational link with Yorke Peninsula.
The Troubridge Hotel features a quality restaurant that hosts functions and weddings. The main bar exudes that unspoilt country feeling with pool tables and games for the kids. The front bar has TAB and just around the corner is the modern gaming facility. You can enjoy the big screen TV’s to view all major sporting, and entertainment events while your having a quiet one with the locals.
The best part of your stay is that staff can assist with local knowledge and experiences to ensure you get the most out of your holiday. Please take advantage of what The Troubridge Hotel and the Yorke Peninsula have to offer.
We look forward to meeting you!
The Troubridge Hotel Restaurant provides a delightful combination of different cuisines with seasonal menus including Seafood, Pasta’s, Curries, Steaks and Chicken dishes. There is something to tempt even the most finicky diner. The Troubridge Hotel Restaurant offers quality, affordable meals for the whole family. You can dine in our popular restaurant or enjoy a steak in the front bar. Make sure you check out our specials board. Come in for Lunch from 12 noon and Dinner from 5:30pm daily.
The Troubridge Hotel chefs pride themselves on serving the best fresh local produce available and source most seafood from the surrounding the waters of Yorke Peninsula. You’ll be excited too by the choice of the best local fish and shellfish that South Australia has to offer.
Lunch – 12 noon-1:30pm
Dinner – 5:30pm-8pm
Our menu changes throughout the year, the current menu can be found here.
This menu is also accompanied by a daily specials, for more information Please ring or see in store.
Open by appointment nightly for private parties, corporate and sporting events, wedding receptions and networking functions, The Troubridge Hotel is surprisingly personal and unique. You can organize your own entertainment, or we have local contacts to help you find your special groove. We design our menus with our guests in mind and offer catering specific to your requirements.
We can host large bus groups, coach tours, sporting team presentation evenings and community group dinners and fundraisers.
We offer a choice of 10 spacious rooms. Our Motel Units are generous in size, well appointed, and tastefully furnished. Experience a classic Australian Hotel with pub style accommodation that’s just a 2 minute walk from one of the best beaches on Yorke Peninsula for swimming, fishing, diving and surfing.
There is parking on site next to the units for boats and trailers.
Our motel Units can accommodate up to 3 people.
- 1 x Queen & 1 x Single bed in all rooms
- Air Conditioning
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Bar fridge
- Radio clock
- Large wardrobe & case storage
- Hair dryer supplied in each room
- Table & chairs in each room
- Parking facilities directly in front of rooms
- Iron & ironing board available from Reception
Call us today for further information regarding our special seasonal rates for both peak and off peak, we are more than happy to accommodate you and your guests.
Edithburgh Yorke Peninsula
Edithburgh was originally developed as a port for servicing the local pastoral industry. In the 1870s grain farming became a major industry and is still a major part of the local economy.
The Edithburgh Jetty was built in 1873 for shipping salt, gypsum and lime off to Adelaide. Salt was one of the major industries of Edithburgh prior to 1891.
There is so much to do and see around Edithburgh you will be so glad you booked your accommodation at The Troubridge Hotel.
Today the Edithburgh jetty is used mostly for recreational fishing and is a popular scuba diving site for divers to swim with a variety of marine life. Look out for leafy sea dragons, seahorses and our world famous cuttlefish, all swimming amongst the most colourful of corals Yorke Peninsula has to offer.
There is also a small fishing and prawning fleet based in Edithburgh. Sultana Point Beach is perfect for visitors with a boat because it has an all weather ramp.
If you’re in to renewable energy, check out the Wattle Point Wind Farm, just a short drive from The Troubridge Hotel. A viewing area enables you to stand below a 70m high wind turbine so you can really enjoy the power of nature.
Troubridge Island can be seen from the beach hence the name of our Hotel. Edithburgh is a very popular Yorke Peninsula holiday spot for generations of South Australians so it’s always best to book ahead at the Troubridge Hotel to ensure your accommodation.
For holidaymakers who prefer not to relax in the open sea, Edithburgh has a unique seawater swimming pool constructed on the shoreline similar to Bondi. Built in the 1880’s the tidal pool was on the southern catered for the ladies, as mixed bathing was not permitted. Later the township decided to build another pool for men. Its sheltered waters are refreshed with each rising tide.
Troubridge Island Lighthouse
The Troubridge Island Lighthouse was completed in 1855, and was the second lighthouse to be built in South Australia It is constructed of cylindrical cast iron segments shipped out from Britain and bolted together on site. It is believed to be only one of two towers of this type constructed in Australia.
In 1956 the light was upgraded to increase the visibility range from the original 10 miles to 25 miles and the tower was repainted from the original colours to bright red with a white horizontal band as a day mark.
Troubridge Island Conservation Park
The Park is a fascinating environment for all nature enthusiasts. This fragile ecosystem is an important breeding area for native birds and is home to a large colony of little penguins, black-faced cormorants and crested terns. Only a
ccessible by boat, once you've reached this peaceful island, take in its beauty by fishing or swimming along the white sandy beaches.
Troubridge Island is accessible by permit only which are available from the Innes National Park office or Troubridge Island Hideaway and Charter.
Coobowie Bird Hide
The Coobowie estuary is home to a fascinating array of birdlife. Nestled at the edge is a wonderful bird hide to enable you to watch our feathered friends go about their business. You can also walk around to the Coobowie Bird Hide from The Troubridge Hotel Edit via the walking trail.
Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail
Discover the shipwrecks of the Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail between southern Yorke Peninsula and Kangaroo Island on the beautiful Yorke Peninsula. Captain Matthew Flinders named it in honour of his ship HMS Investigator. Between 1849 and 1982, 26 vessels are known to have been wrecked in these waters, with the loss of more than 70 lives.
Many of the wrecks are a haven for aquatic life and attract diving enthusiasts from around the world.