Ducatoon Park, a leading South Australian thoroughbred breeding facility, is a fun and interesting place to stop by if you're visiting the Yorke Peninsula.
I have lived here for just over 7 years and I've only recently visited for the first time so I'd like to do a shout-out for locals and visitors alike.
Here is their website for a looksie...Ducatoon Park.
I visited with some friends and our 4 little people and it was a really enjoyable morning out. We paid $10 per adult (Kids free)
We learnt about their breeding program for race horses and enjoyed a relaxed tour of the farm which included a super friendly dog, several cats, a large bird aviary and of course plenty of horses. The kids had a ride on the quad bike, patted the horses and held tiny budgerigars.
We had the place to ourselves (this might be different in school holidays) and apparently the best time to visit is around October when the new foals have been born.
Well worth a visit!