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Normanville

Beachside Normanville has become a mecca for many holiday makers because of its close proximity to Adelaide. It's just one of the peaceful and picturesque coastal hamlets to be found along the Fleurieu Peninsula. Normanville boasts a safe swimming beach with expanses of white sand, a jetty to amble along, and a charming beachside cafe and store. Normanville is great for swimming, fishing and beach activities. Families enjoy staying at the friendly beachside caravan parks. It's a fantastic base to discover the delights of the region, including the wildlife, country markets, galleries, or just making castles on the sand. The town is 75 kilometres south of Adelaide. Mr Robert Norman planned the town in 1835 and gave it his name. See more of the Fleurieu Peninsula and a coastal playground famed for its laidback lifestyle, beach breaks for surfers of all levels of experience, and top fishing spots. It's a paradise for divers and snorkellers, with dramatic shipwrecks and stunning marine life, including the famed Leafy Seadragon. Enjoy some of the best produce and vineyards in Australia. The Fleurieu Peninsula is home to some prestigious winemaking regions, including McLaren Vale. The history of winemaking in this region goes all the way back to 1842, and it consistently produces some of the best drops you'll ever taste. There's also national parks, golf courses, top quality cuisine and more.

Normanville

Normanville: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Normanville Hotel


Established in 1851 by Robert Norman, the Normanville Hotel is well over 160 years old! Some original wooden roof shingles remain in the roof cavity above the bar.

The hotel hosted the first meeting of the newly formed Yankalilla District Council in 1854. Court hearings were also held at the hotel until the local courthouse was built.

Many old bottles, coins and other historic items were discovered over the years. Some of these items are on display in the hotel. Old photos of the district are also on display. The hotel is featured in a local history trail.

The hotel was beautifully refurbished and expanded in 2003 to offer modern dining and function facilities while respecting the historic character and charm of the building. An outdoor dining area was added in 2013.

Situated in the seaside village of Normanville, the historic hotel offers friendly service, fresh a la carte dining, bar and take-away services with a strong emphasis on local products including locally produced wines and craft beer.




46 Main Road
Normanville, SA, 5204

Located 0.1K from Normanville

Bungala Park


Bungala Park offers a picnic area and undercover barbecue facilities. The park is also home to the Historic Bungala Cottage.

Bungala Park is also the location of some of the local art poles. The Fleurieu West Pole Trail was organised by the Fleurieu West Business Association and displays work by local artists since early 2012.

Spend some time out with family and friends at Bungala Park..




42 Main South Road
Normanville, SA, 5204

Located 0.1K from Normanville

Atomic Edge


Normanville DVD/Atomic Edge has a wide variety of DVD's for hire and sale, including the latest releases. They also stock a large range of men's and women's clothing. There is a car racing simulator for the kids, a large range of confectionery and they also have internet access. There is something for everyone at Normanville DVD/Atomic Edge!





Shop 1/50 Main Street
Normanville, SA, 5204

Located 0.1K from Normanville

Studio 13 Gallery


Studio 13 Gallery displays artworks by contemporary artist/painter in residence George Tetlow and jewellery made on the premises by gallery owner Erika Inhofer. Other South Australian artists working in glass or ceramic are also represented.

The gallery is housed in an extensively renovated early 1900s stone stable with a beautiful garden and a tranquil courtyard setting.

You will find Studio 13 Gallery in Normanville on the southern Fleurieu Peninsula about one hours drive from Adelaide.




13 Heathcote Street
Normanville, SA, 5204

Located 0.4K from Normanville

Normanville Beach


Normanville is the largest coastal settlement on the southern Fleurieu Peninsula. The town is located in the centre of the 7.3 kilometre long beach, with Lady Bay and 100 metre high Yankalilla Hill forming the southern boundary and low Haycock Point the northern.

Normanville and Carrickalinga beaches are relatively safe under normal conditions, with best access and facilities at Normanville and Carrickalinga, with rock reefs at the southern Lady Bay and around Carrickalinga Head.

The best shore fishing is from the Normanville Jetty and Haycock Point. Most fishers head out into the gulf in small boats, which can be launched from the beach at Lady Bay and Normanville.

Normanville Beach is a patrolled beach.

Dogs are allowed off leash at Normanville Beach at all times.




Jetty Road
Normanville, SA, 5204

Located 0.6K from Normanville

Yankalilla Lions Youth Park


The Yankalilla Lions Youth Park offers an active and fun day out. The park has a large skate park, perfect for anyone with bikes, skateboards, scooters or roller skates. There is also an 'access for all' designed playground, a BMX trail, mini basketball court and an outdoor gym. The wheelchair friendly park has picnic/barbecue facilities, tables and chairs, and seating along the skate park to watch all the action. The park also has a car park, toilets and a fully fenced play area.






182 Main South Road
Yankalilla, SA, 5203

Located 1.8K from Normanville

Yankalilla District Heritage Trail


The Heritage Trail consists of a number of historical buildings in Yankalilla, including:

Bungala House - circa 1891
Post Office - circa 1870
Council Chambers - circa 1900
Yankalilla Hotel - circa 1930
Yankalilla Institute - circa 1930
Christ Church - circa 1909
Wissanger School - circa 1890
Normanville Wesleyan Church - circa 1909
John Fowler's Cottage - circa 1860
Normanville Hotel - circa 1920

Other notable buildings include:
Fergusson's Mill
The Court House
Mary Mackillop school house
St. Peter's Church
Yankalilla Uniting Church
Agricultural Hall
The Olives
Robert Norman's house and chapel

See the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre for more information and Heritage Trail map.





163 Main South Road
Yankalilla, SA, 5203

Located 2.1K from Normanville

Normanville: Events

Yankalilla Acoustic Evening


The Yankalilla Acoustic Music Evening is part of the Yankalilla District Community Cultural Arts Network Incorporate and features folk, blues, roots, country and more!

Our Acoustic music rule is: If the power stops, the music doesn't! Instruments must be playable without electricity!

Held at 7pm on the third Saturday of the month at the Yankalilla show grounds. Entry is by gold coin donation per person.

Free camping is available; bring your own drinks and nibbles.



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Yankalilla Agricultural Hall
Yankalilla Bay, SA, 5203

Located 1.0K from Normanville

Festival Fleurieu


Festival Fleurieu celebrates the important place of artistic creativity in the life of the community of the Yankalilla Council district - also known as The Western Fleurieu Peninsula.

Through this biennial festival, our community also values and celebrates heritage, landscape and the natural environment. This is our sense of place.


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163 Main South Road
Yankalilla, SA, 5203

Located 2.1K from Normanville

Normanville: Travel Tips

Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre


The Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre, located on the Fleurieu Way at Yankalilla, is a nationally accredited Visitor Information Centre so you can be assured of quality service at all times. Open weekdays between 9am and 5pm, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays from 10am to 4pm.

The Centre operates a booking service for the ferry to Kangaroo Island and houses an array of information on local attractions and events, as well as providing public internet access and selling a range of souvenirs. The Yankalilla District Historic Museum operates seven days a week.

Call in to the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre and you will find out there are plenty of thing to see and do from bushing walk in Deep Creek Conservation Park, diving the ex HMAS Hobart, fishing and snorkelling at one our pristine beaches or you could check out Ingalalla water falls or indulge at one of the award winning cafes and wineries.




163 Main South Road
Yankalilla, SA, 5203

Located 2.1K from Normanville

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