The Fleurieu Peninsula Australia is a picturesque
peninsula located south of Adelaide in South Australia.
Towns in the area include Victor Harbour, Goolwa, and
the wine region of McLaren Vale. A ferry also travels
between Cape Jervis, at the tip of the peninsula, and
The Fleurieu Peninsula
with its temperate climate, coastal temptations and
central hinterlands, the Fleurieu Peninsula offers wine
& water and wildlife in delightful abundance.
There are many national parks on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
They include Granite Island, Deep Creek, Onkaparinga
River, Newland Head and Talisker and offer fantastic
bushwalking, camping and picnicking sites.
Because of its beautiful landscape, the Fleurieu
Peninsula is home to many artists and crafts people
whose work can be found at various galleries, shops and
markets in the region.
The beautiful seaside towns of the Fleurieu Peninsula
attract beachgoers by the thousands. Long stretches of
white sandy beaches provide the perfect place for a long
walk with the rolling hills as a backdrop. From Port
Noarlunga down to Rapid Bay, the coastline offers
endless locations to enjoy coastal scenery, fishing,
swimming, surfing, snorkelling, sailing and diving,
sailing and whale watching.
Fleurieu Peninsula Accommodation is suitable for all
budgets and ranges from resorts in nearby towns to
motels and lodges to backpackers retreats.