Discover the best top things to do in Fleurieu Peninsula, Australia including Green Bay, Kaiki Walk - Granite Island, Inman River Walk, Hindmarsh River Walk, Port Noarlunga Jetty, Petrel Cove, HMAS Hobart Lookout, Ochre Point.
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5.0 based on 4 reviews
As a child my wife came here every year with her family. When our children were growing up we would always visit here to play on the beach. These days my wife and I always visit to enjoy the big waves! Green Bay is a sandy beach at the end of a narrow inlet bounded by large granite rock formations. There is a good access path around the Bay and a little climb down to the beach. On a fine day it is a great place for small children to play. On a stormy day the waves roll in sending up clouds of spray, making a fine spectacle. To get there you can park the car nearby on The Esplanade, or walk around the coastal path from Horseshoe Bay or Boomer Beach. Green Bay is worth seeing in any of its moods.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
South Australians for the past approx. 150 years’ have been visiting and appreciating Granite Island and now people from the world over make the effort to visit. This walk has the most idyllic outlooks all over the island and the views of the Southern Ocean just make you feel alive. A bonus is the gentle cardio workout being healthy, combined with the clean pure air about you.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The Noarlunga beach and jetty are a great place to spend a few hours. My kids did some fishing from the jetty and later snorkeling. A safe place for kids to swim due to the reef and relaxing for parents at the same time. Colours of the water were amazing. Took some lovely photos.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Any visit to Victor Harbor is incomplete without taking the short trip to Petrel Cove. The Cove lies just beyond the Bluff, and is accessible from the Bluff Road. This is a wild little sandy beach with jagged rocks, best seen on a stormy day! It can be viewed from above from viewpoints at either end, or one can venture down the steep flight of steps. Not for swimming, I think, although surfers venture in, but a great photo opportunity.
4.0 based on 39 reviews
Displayed is an anchor that points to the site where HMAS Hobart was sunk. Really interesting information.
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