Tagged: Adelaide Beaches



[wp_ad_camp_1] Adelaide is a small city with a laid back lifestyle, you’ll find most of the shops close at 5 or 6pm on a weekday. Friday night is late night shopping in the CBD and most stores are open until 9pm while Thursday night is late night shopping in the suburbs. If you’re new in Adelaide, maybe a student or a migrant who have just moved in, or if you’re here visiting family and friends then here’s a few ideas on where you could explore some places and spots in Adelaide. 1.) Visit the State Library of SA – The State Library is the largest public reference library in SA, it’s open to the public and all for free. You can check their opening hours here. They also have some free guided tours at 11am and 2pm but you would need to register your interest at the information kiosk. This...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Adelaide City listed as World’s fifth most livable city. Also known as City of Churches what with 749 Churches scattered around in almost every corner of the City. It is very easy to get around Adelaide.  You’ll find most of the things you need within a 20 minute drive and yes that includes driving to the beautiful beaches. Mostly sunny with vivid blue skies and the best weather.  One can start strolling from the west coastline, where the beach stretches from the North Haven to Sellicks Beach in the south. Whether you’re in the mood for a swim, a walk with your dog or simply chilling around there’s always a good spot. Perfect for a barbie with family and friends, a picnic, or simply lay a rug and read a book. So, here are 14 Must-Visit Beaches in Adelaide. If you follow the west coastline starting from the north to the south you’ll find these...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Largs Bay is a residential suburb under Port Adelaide Enfield located North West of Adelaide City in South Australia. It is conveniently located 16 km from Adelaide CBD and can easily be reached by bus or train. If you are beach crawling from the Outer Harbor moving to the Southwest Coastline then Largs Bay Jetty stands only few kilometers next to North Haven Beach. This is a popular hangout during summer shallow waters and low waves makes it ideal for swimming. Pine trees lined up along Lady Gowrie Drive bring coolness to the atmosphere perfect for a picnic. The beach front composed of wide sands and Dunes. Around the area you could find a Fish and Chips Kiosk, a Children’s playground, Barbeque Pits and of course Toilets. Largs Bay Jetty is also a fishing spot. [wp_ad_camp_3]