Boasting superb scenery and ease of access to its shores, the beautiful Aldinga Beach is extremely popular with beachgoers during the warmer months.
The main beach is the perfect place to soak up the sun, however swimmers should be aware that strong rips do occur off Aldinga Beach in the trough between the inner and outer bar.
Reef fishing straight off the beach is a popular activity for local fisherman, and the protected reef off Snapper Point is the perfect place for scuba divers to explore this pristine aquatic reserve.
|Where:||The Esplanade, Aldinga Beach|
Port Elliot’s Boomer Beach is a stunning stretch of coastline that is respected for its power and authority.
Surfers flock to these shores to ride the massive waves that make this beach unsuitable for swimmers and novice surfers.
Each winter migratory Humpback Whales grace these waters with their presence, offering spectators a rare chance to view these magnificent creatures, so binoculas are a must!
|Where:||Ocean Road, Port Elliot|
Sporting a carefree atmosphere, and a collection of cafes, restaurants and shops, Brighton Beach is the perfect place to relax and let the world go by.
Situated in the seaside suburb of Brighton, between Seacliff and Glenelg, this sandy beach offers swimmers excellent conditions and during summer its waters are patrolled by the Surf Lifesaving Club.
Only 26 minutes from Adelaide, Henley Beach offers clear sparkling waters that are perfect for swimmers, kayakers, and jet skiers.
After soaking up the sun on Henley Beach, try tantalising cuisine at one of the leading restaurants that overlook the foreshore, and watch the sun set over this sandy strip.
|Where:||Esplanade, Henley Beach|
Glenelg Beach is picturesque, with turquoise waters, white sandy shores and an extensive coastline.
Just 9.5 kilometres from Adelaide’s CBD, tourists and locals invade this beach over summer, creating an energetic environment.
Offering safe swimming and great facilities for seaside barbecues and picnic lunches, its no wonder Glenelg is one of the most popular beaches in South Australia!
|Where:||The Esplanade, Glenelg|
Moana Beach is easily accessible from the CBD as it is positioned closely to Noarlunga train station.
The golden shores of this Adelaide beach is a popular place for swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving.
|Where:||The Esplanade, Moana|
This quiet Adelaide beach is not far from Aldinga Bay and is popular with the locals for its excellent surf breaks, boasting powerful waves that offer perfect conditions for keen surfers.
|Where:||Myponga Beach Road, Myponga Beach|
Waitpinga Beach is a surf beach with strong prevailing currents that make its waves suitable for only those experienced surfers.
A popular beach, visitors come from all across Australia to witness Mother Nature at its finest.
|Where:||Dennis Road, Victor Harbour|
The steep cliffs and white sand of Sellicks Beach stretches around the Southern point of Onkaparinga.
Locals class these waters as some of the best for fishing with excellent accessibility as the city allows vehicle access with a beach pass.
|Where:||Main Road, McLaren Vale|