Fleurieu Peninsula

Fleurieu Peninsula

Fleurieu Peninsula - South Australia

Let the adventure begin in Fleurieu Peninsula. Experience the splendour of a summers day in Adelaide's playground of beautiful beaches, meet fabulous creatures in the conservation parks and whale's frolicking in the ocean, sip world class wines and get a culture fix in art galleries. With more pleasant diversions and distractions than you can poke a stick at, the Fleurieu Peninsula has fun on its doorstep.

Admire towering gum trees, beautiful stone farmhouses and stockyards with beautifully cared for gardens and cottages in the mainstreet of Yankalilla.

Sheltered sandy beaches provide relaxing swimming for the whole family while on the other hand the coastline is infamous for savage storms that have been known to tear along the coast of Willunga.

The holiday town of Victor Harbour is the embodiment of the quintessential Australian holiday offering mesmerising views, sandy beaches, pumping surf and plenty of sunshine. You may just find southern right whales breezing around the crystal waters of Encounter Bay and cheeky penguins at Granite Island.

Strathalbyn is renowned as one of South Australia's most attractive towns encompassing modern day living whilst embracing fascinating history and take the family to Horseshoe Bay, Port Elliot, for a day of fun in the sun and sheltered swimming conditions in a beautiful setting.

McLaren Vale is acknowledged as a premium wine region and one of the most popular in South Australia and the fabulous location of Goolwa has always proven to be the peninsula's trump card, from the magnificent paddlesteamer days as a bustling river port to todays throng of aqua adventurers.

Pack your snorkel and flippers and head to the underwater world of the Aldinga Drop Off, said to be a divers utopia where the underwater cliff protects an array of marine life that is extraordinary.

Fleurieu Peninsula Towns