Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2016 2017 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
7 getting here and around | fleurieupeninsula.com.au Getting to the Fleurieu Peninsula Everything is within easy reach on the Fleurieu Peninsula, and all just an hour’s drive from Adelaide. Find several wine regions, including McLaren Vale, some of the state’s most beautiful beaches and an inspiring coastline. By car There are a number of ways to get to the Fleurieu Peninsula. From Adelaide, you can travel via Main South Road (B23) or take the more direct Southern Expressway (M2). These two roads will bring you to the seaside towns of Port Noarlunga, Port Willunga, Getting here & AROUND A short drive from Adelaide, you’ll find rolling hills, dairy pastures, orchards, farms and vineyards bounded by picturesque beaches and rugged coastline. 46 64 107 785189 54943033 45491207378 751753741340 30744651481660 2122533831682058 313213842561791933 9353616621765832325 48633859421630351045257 67114119104122116599610017011898 113486156253048636318604583 381094425191220765224368947 3433136735143351444876065343073 KMKMKMKMKMKMKMKMKMKMKMKMKMKMKM Yankalilla Willunga Victor Harbor Tailem Bend Strathalbyn Mount Compass Myponga Reynella Kangarilla Langhorne Creek McLaren Vale Port Noarlunga Goolwa Cape Jervis Aldinga Beach Adelaide DISTANCE CHART Distances are approximate Victor Harbor Maslin Beach, Aldinga and Sellicks Beach. Continuing on Main South Road will take you to Yankalilla, Normanville and Cape Jervis, the location of the Kangaroo Island ferry terminal. Alternatively, you can turn off onto Victor Harbor Road (A13), which will take you to towns such as McLaren Vale, Victor Harbor and Goolwa. Otherwise access the region via the South Eastern Freeway (M1). Either take the B33 turn-off at Stirling for the scenic route to Strathalbyn or for a more direct route, take the B37 through Mount Barker. If travelling north-west along the Princes Highway (A1), you can take the vehicle ferry at Wellington.
2015 2016 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide