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Glenelg South Adelaide South Australia
Glenelg South Adelaide South Australia

Glenelg South Adelaide South Australia Australia

Situated some 11kms southwest of Adelaide in South Australia, Glenelg South is a great base to experience all the delights of the vibrant seaside suburb of Glenelg located just over 1km away. Renowned as South Australias most popular beach destination, Glenelg boasts a plethora of shops and restaurants to explore during a break from the sun and sand. Visitors also have the chance to get up close and personal to the wonders of nature at the significant geological site of Hallett Cove Conservation Park. In the City of Holdfast Bay, Glenelg South consists of some 2,300 souls.

Glenelg South Attractions

Many great attractions are found at the suburb of Glenelg, just over 1km north of Glenelg South. Charming historic buildings grace the streets, such as the beautiful 1875-built town hall. Inside is the Bay Discovery Centre showcasing the local history. An eclectic range of architectural styles are found throughout Glenelg including the Gothic-style St Andrews Church, the Tudor style Partridge House, as well as many fine examples of Victorian mansions.

An exact replica of the ship that carried the first South Australian settlers, HMAS Buffalo is found along the Glenelg foreshore. Onboard is a fine dining experience with a difference, as well as an interesting museum. Visitors can enjoy a further insight into South Australias history at the Old Gum Tree, the site of the first European landing.

For a leisurely outing, a number of scenic walking trails are found along the coast, taking in a collection of public art and design works. A stroll along the iconic South Australian Pier is a must. The expansive jetty is popular for both fishermen and those after a relaxed meal of fish and chips at sunset.

Glenelg South Beaches

The beautiful white sandy beaches at Glenelg and Glenelg South boast excellent swimming conditions, fishing and sailing. Glenelg Beach in particular, is renowned as South Australias most popular beach. To the south, Brighton and Seacliff Beaches provide great swimming and sailing opportunities, and Christies Beach is a regularly frequented by scuba divers.

Glenelg South Shopping

Serious shoppers are spoilt for choice at the nearby suburb of Glenelg. The expansive Holdfast Shores Marina consists of many interesting boutique shops teamed with gorgeous seaside and marina views. For a wide range of retail outlets providing something for everyone, Jetty Road is the place to be. Just a 10-minute drive from Glenelg, Harbour Town brand direct outlet shopping centre is the ideal destination for bargain-hunters.

Glenelg South Events

The Glenelg area boasts many vibrant events every year. Notably, Proclamation Day involves a full costume re-enactment of the proclamation of South Australia at the Old Gum Tree. Other significant events include the Blessing of the Waters and Greek Festival and the Annual Christmas Pageant. Many sporting events also draw large crowds, such as the City to Bay Fun Run, the Bay Sports Festival, and the Bay Sheffield.

Glenelg South Restaurants and Cafes

Dozens of eating areas are situated within the neighbouring suburb of Glenelg. A number of charming alfresco cafes are found at Moseley Square, and Jetty Road boasts a large variety of cuisines suiting all tastes. The Holdfast Shores Marina Promenade is lined with many great restaurants featuring South Australias finest seafood.

Glenelg South - Near by

Some 17kms north of Glenelg South, Port Adelaide is truly an interesting destination having converted warehouses into art spaces, antique shops, and museums. The South Australian Maritime Museum is a must see when visiting Port Adelaide. A charming old tram runs between Glenelg and the Adelaide CBD so visitors are only minutes away from the vibrant city centre. A short drive north of Glenelg South, the suburb of Henley Beach comes alive every weekend with live music often played within the restaurants, bars and cafes at Henley Square.