Normanville Tourism & Travel
Situated on the coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, Normanville is located some 75kms south of Adelaide. The picturesque coastal hamlet offers an ideal seaside escape with the chance to discover many intriguing shipwrecks, historic sites and great beaches. Normanville is also a great base to explore the many delights of the Fleurieu Peninsula, including the world-renowned McLaren Vale wine region, charming art galleries, gourmet produce farms, and the striking natural landscape of Deep Creek Conservation Park. In the District Council of Yankalilla, Normanville has a population of 864 souls.
Most famous for its fascinating shipwrecks and stunning marine life, including the much-loved Leafy Sea dragon, Normanville is the perfect diving and snorkelling destination. However coastal recreation doesnt stop there, fishing is also excellent with garfish, mullet, and Tommy ruff often hungry for a bite.
Normanvilles rich European heritage is on display through the many historic sites about town, including the fascinating old courthouse building, historic hotel, police station and gaol. Visitors can also learn about the regions history at the Yankalilla and District Museum.
Normanville boasts a long white sandy beach excellent for swimming, water sports and great fishing off the sand and jetty.
The azure waters, coastal cliffs and rolling hills of Rapid Bay are located some 24kms southwest of Normanville. Like Normanville, Rapid Bay is also renowned for excellent scuba diving and fishing.
Normanville - Near by
The perfect coastal base to explore the Fleurieu Peninsula, Normanville is in close proximity to great surfing and swimming beaches, top fishing spots, wild National Parks, the renowned wineries of the McLaren Vale wine region, and the exquisite local produce of Mt Compass.
National Park Deep Creek Conservation Park
Some of the most varied natural landscapes are found within Deep Creek Conservation Park, 32kms southwest of Normanville. A spectacular bushland setting occupied by prolific wildlife is teamed with a series of rugged coastal cliffs, creeks, secluded beaches, stunning waterfalls, and dense forests. Numerous walking trails throughout the National Park take in stunning coastal surroundings including views to Kangaroo Island.