Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2014 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
Old Noarlunga 34 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E3 Set on a bend of the Onkaparinga River, the village of Old Noarlunga became an important focus for local industry after it was founded in 1841. The Onkaparinga River once provided an early trade route for locally-milled flour taken to ships at Port Noarlunga. That has now become the centrepiece of a national park, complete with boardwalk access to the estuary wetlands. In the national park, birdwatchers can look out for egrets, coots, ibis, herons and Yellow-billed Spoonbills. Paris Creek 54 kilometres from Adelaide map reference H3 On the northern edge of the Fleurieu Peninsula, six kilometres from Meadows, Paris Creek was previously renowned for its marble which was used in local public buildings and the National War Memorial in Canberra. It is now more associated with biodynamic dairy products than the original Paris family who settled the town in the 1860s. Dairy products produced in the area include milk, yoghurt, butter and cheese. Here, you will also find a collector's outlet that possibly contains the largest selection of thimbles and collectables in Australia, while a wide selection of miniatures and accessories for doll houses can be seen at Paris Creek Pottery. myponga, myponga beach, nangkita, normanville, old noarlunga, old reynella, paris creek and reynella | fleurieupeninsula.com.au 65 Normanville Info and Bookings Contact us for information and use our free accommodation and tour booking service. Tip: you must visit the tranquil Ingalalla Waterfalls off Hay Flat Road. Phone: (08) 8558 0240 www.visityankalillabay.com.au Advertisement on page 10 1/9TH AD Ph: (08) 8558 2038 www.jettycaravanparknormanville.com.au By the Jetty AAAT • Ensuite villas and cabins • Budget accommodation • Grassed caravan and tent sites • Ensuite sites • Modern camp kitchen/open fire • Internet service • BBQ/playground/games room • Kiosk/ice/gas • Walking distance to local shops • Beautiful beaches • Pet-friendly (sites only) JETTY CARAVAN PARK NORMANVILLE 200 6A WARDWINNERFLEURIEUPENINSUL AT OURISM200 7A WARDWINNERFLEURIEUPENINSULA TO URISM 1/9TH AD WOODCROFT PARK Lot 1, Bains Road, Woodcroft Ph: (08) 8325 1233 Fax: (08) 8325 2973 Email: email@example.com www.woodcroftpark.com.au Caravan Park & Tourist Accomm • Villas and Cabins • Short, medium and long term • Powered sites • Discounted weekly rates available Peaceful bushland setting with lawned common area and fauna park, only 30 minutes from Adelaide. Central to beaches, Southern Vales wineries and the Fleurieu Peninsula. Close to transport and shops. 1/9TH AD Cape Jervis Road, Normanville Ph: (08) 8558 2458 www.beachside.com.au Experience the ultimate in family holidays • Luxury deluxe cabins and executive units • Executive spa units • Camp kitchen/open fire • Games room and playground • Grassed sites and BBQ areas • Pet-friendly (sites only) BEACHSIDE CARAVAN PARK Myponga and Myponga Beach 60–72 kilometres from Adelaide map references E5 and D5 Myponga is home to a popular weekend country market and boutique brewery. Much of the region's water comes from the nearby reservoir on which the local floriculture and specialist nurseries depend. Drive across the reservoir’s retaining wall and through the catchment for spectacular sweeping views of the landscape back to Adelaide, it is also a great spot for a picnic. A short drive from Myponga is Myponga Beach, a small seaside cove surrounded by coastal hills offering spectacular coastal views, excellent swimming and diving, as well as rock and surf fishing. Nangkita 66 kilometres from Adelaide map reference G5 Here you will find rolling hillsides surrounding small farms that provide a variety of fresh produce, often available for purchase directly from the farm door. If you want amazing views, there's none better than on the road leading over Mount Magnificent to Kuitpo. Normanville 76 kilometres from Adelaide map reference D6 A popular seaside resort town to enjoy beachside activities including horse riding, fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving. Amateur geologists will be fascinated by the heritage- listed Normanville sand dune system. Old Reynella and Reynella 25 kilometres from Adelaide map reference F2 Old Reynella is full of living history and is a great place to stop on the way from Adelaide. Walk, cycle or drive past restored historic buildings on Corn Street, follow the Old Reynella Heritage Trail or picnic by the picturesque creek. Visit Hardys on Reynell Road where the first vines in South Australia were planted in 1838.
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