Tagged: Port Willunga



[wp_ad_camp_1] Roadtrip Route Map It’s been months since I last updated this blog been busy with some other things. But yes, I intend to keep this for as long as I can. I just came back from a quick but fun-filled trip to the Queensland and still high from the pristine beach of Noosa Heads. Love it there! There are just too many places and spots to explore here down under. It’s the first the day of 2017 and I’m back to where my heart is – South Australia – quiet, low-key but secretly abundant in landscape and stunning coastline. If you’re in Adelaide and want a quick drive to the beach try this road trip route idea. MIDDLETON BEACH – SELLICKS BEACH  – PORT WILLUNGA Roadtrip First destination: Middleton Surfing Beach How to get there: From Adelaide set your navigator to 224 Surfers Parade, Middleton SA 5213. Along the...



[wp_ad_camp_1] The sun shining very brightly on the glistening sand, the perfect blue-skies, the yellow-gold cliff perfectly carved along the beach, Port Willunga is just one of those charming, jaw-dropping gorgeous beach. Port Willunga is situated in the south and is only about a 45 minute drive from Adelaide. STAR OF GREECE SHIPWRECK It was on 13 July 1888 when Port Willunga gained notoriety when the sailing ship Star of Greece was wrecked during a fierce storm drowning its Captain and ten crews. It has since become one of South Australia’s worst maritime disasters. The Shipwreck is now one of Adelaide’s Underwater Heritage Trail and as well as a site frequented by snorkelers and scuba divers. The Star of Greece shipwreck can also be seen at low tide it can often be seen jutting out of the ocean, just north of the jetty. GOLDEN CLIFFS AND FISHERMEN’S CAVES The stunning yellow-gold...