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Sellicks Beach

Beautiful Sellicks Beach offers steep cliffs that give way to a long expanse of white sand. Sellicks Beach is at the southern most point the City of Onkaparinga, is where the Mount Lofty Ranges meet the sea. This part of the South Australian coastline is renowned for its plentiful fishing and you'll find good boat launching facilities here. This is also a popular spot for surfers, particularly during the winter. Cars with beach passes are permitted on the beach below the Esplanade. You can contact the City of Onkaparinga for information on beach passes. The Victory Hotel restaurant and cellar door are here. Enjoy the view from the restaurant's enclosed verandah, which is heated during the colder months to provide a cosy hideaway. The Victory Hotel is famed for its quality, extensive wine list.

Sellicks Beach

Sellicks Beach: Where To Go / Sightseeing

The Hundred Eaves


The Hundred Eaves is an 'Australian bush chapel', built in 1862, nestled between Sellicks Hill and coastline of Sellicks Beach. Surrounded by rural paddocks and an almond orchard, you can't help but become absorbed in the country ambience.

The Hundred Eaves is perfectly set up for a unique wedding experience on the Fleurieu Peninsula. We provide a truly Australian country ambience while still being easily accessible from Adelaide for your guests.

We are equipped to host both your wedding ceremony and reception on site which enables you to enjoy your special day, eliminating having to rush around and change venues therefore making for a very relaxing experience. While you take advantage of our heritage listed 'chapel' and picturesque Sellicks beach for photographs, guests can unwind in our rural environment with a pre-dinner drink, or two!

To truly relax and unwind, make a weekend of your event by encouraging your family and friends to stay down on the Fleurieu Peninsula in one of the many options of accommodation available in this region.

Wedding ceremonies and receptions, commitment ceremonies, christenings and naming ceremonies plus group bookings and functions are available seven days a week.




The Old Church,
Sellicks Beach Road
Sellicks Beach, SA, 5174

Located 1.1K from Sellicks Beach

Westwood Park Services


Westwood Park are bringing new and exciting experiences to Adelaide. Offering horse and camel rides along Aldinga Beach, as well as forest trail rides in Kuitpo Forest. We cater for all ages, beginner and experienced riders.

For the kids we have the best pony parties in Adelaide. We can come to you or you come to us in Aldinga. Fully catered for parties available. Our full time riding school offers riding lessons and horse care lessons in preparation to horse ownership. We have fun holiday programs for children to come and learn all about horses.

Our horses are safe reliable and educated, one suitable for everyone. Our rides run several times a day, seven days a week. We are committed to giving everyone wonderful experiences on our animals. Come on down and enjoy an experience you will remember forever!

Contact us for all prices.




Lot 8/60 Norman Road
Aldinga Beach, SA, 5173

Located 2.4K from Sellicks Beach

Adelaide Biplanes


Based at Aldinga Airfield, Adelaide Biplanes is all about delivering some of the most awesome flying experiences it is possible to imagine.

Enjoy the sheer romance of a nostalgic 1930's Waco Biplane flight at 1,000 feet along the stunning Adelaide south coast or experience a vintage 1942 Tiger Moth flight with a delicious sunset as your personal backdrop.

For adventure seekers, try an extreme aerobatic trip aloft that offers a totally unique adrenalin-pumping experience, literally putting all your senses on overload in a new, red and white, all stars and stripes, Super Decathlon.

Adelaide Biplanes have a passion for pretty much everything there is to do with aeroplanes. It is what they look forward to sharing with anyone who has ever had the slightest dream of soaring with the birds.

Entry to the Aldinga Airfield is free. Please contact us for a quote on flights. We look forward to welcoming you soon.




Colville Road
Aldinga, SA, 5173

Located 6.3K from Sellicks Beach

Myponga Market


The Myponga Market is located on the edge of the Myponga Reservoir, a beautiful drive south of Adelaide.

Enjoy magnificent views and explore over 100 stalls spread throughout 2000 square meters of the Old Myponga Cheese Factory.

Stalls include selections of bric-a-brac, retro-chic furniture, vintage tools, collectables and a treasure trove of rare vinyl recordings. Other stall highlights include local produce, freshly pressed olive oil and a coin dealer. There is also an old sweet shop, speciality soaps and a delightful cafe.

Children can enjoy Christmas all year round at the Myponga Markets and you can browse the Myponga Artists Gallery. Free WiFi is available so you can brag about the treasures you find.

The Smiling Samoyed Brewery is on site, and open until late if you want to party on.




46 Main South Road
Myponga, SA, 5202

Located 6.9K from Sellicks Beach

Saint Ann's Anglican Cemetery


Saint Ann's Church and Cemetery are situated on the flat Aldinga plains, lying some 45 kilometres from Adelaide on the Main South Road to Cape Jervis.

Within the cemetery there are footpaths giving access to all the graves and on these paths are bench seats for the comfort of visitors who may wish to rest awhile and look around. The views all round the cemetery are really stunning since on two sides there are vines and on the third side the land looks down to olive trees

The cemetery is still in use and has been catering for the needs of the community since 1868. Many of the pioneering families are to be found here. Whilst it may be of interest to look at some of the ages of the people buried here because it really shows the harsh life, which the early settlers lived with, when they settled here.




Stonehouse Lane
Aldinga, SA, 5173

Located 7.3K from Sellicks Beach

Myponga Reservoir Lookout


The Myponga Reservoir Lookout provides sweeping views of the reservoir and surrounding pine forest. Construction of the reservoir began in 1957 and it was completed in 1962. The concrete arch dam wall is 49 metres high and 226 long. The reservoir is 35 metres deep and holds 26,800 mega litres. When full the water spread covers 280 hectares.

The reservoir supplies water to the southern metropolitan area and the south coast. Unlike other reservoirs Myponga does not receive any water from the River Murray but instead operates from water collected in the natural catchment. Below the reservoir the Myponga River makes its way through the valleys flowing into Gulf St Vincent at Myponga Beach. The Myponga Reservoir Treatment Plant was built in 1993 and currently serves approximately 50,000 people across an area that extends from McLaren Vale to Victor Harbor.

Dogs permitted on a leash. Contact the Yankalilla Visitor Information Centre for more details.





Section 81 Resevoir Road
Myponga, SA, 5202

Located 7.6K from Sellicks Beach

Adelaide's Underwater Heritage Trail


Adelaide's Underwater Heritage Trail explores four shipwrecks located in Gulf St Vincent - the Grecian, Zanoni, Star of Greece and Norma.

These wrecks represent a variety of vessels associated with trade and development in South Australia during the nineteenth and early twentieth century's and spans the period of British shipbuilding from 1841 to 1893.

The remains demonstrate the four major types of materials used in sailing vessel construction during that era - wood, composite (wood and iron), iron and steel.

This trail extends from the Star of Greece, off Port Willunga, to the Zanoni, about 15 kilometres south east of Ardrossan, and includes a brochure and four underwater plaques placed adjacent to each wreck.





Esplanade
Port Willunga, SA, 5173

Located 7.8K from Sellicks Beach

Myponga Beach


Myponga Beach occupies a small valley that has been carved by Myponga Creek and is now partially filled with river and marine sediments forming a flat plain occupied by a few houses and an elongated lagoon and wetland that flows across the southern end of the beach. Houses and shacks line the rear of the beach; so much so a seawall has been built to protect some of the properties. Fifty-metre high grassy bluffs border each end of the beach, with rocks and reefs extending seaward. It is moderately steep and fronted by a narrow continuous bar, with waves averaging about 0.5 metres.

The beach was used as a port and the ruins of the old jetty are still present. Swimming is relatively safe in the sandy central portion of the beach and it is a popular spot for both launching boats and for shore-based fishing off the adjacent rock reefs.




Myponga Beach Road
Myponga Beach, SA, 5202

Located 8.8K from Sellicks Beach

Adelaide Biplanes


Based at the vintage and charming Aldinga Airfield, Adelaide Biplanes is all about delivering some of the most awesome flying experiences it is possible to imagine.

From the joy and sheer romance of a big, classic, open cockpit Waco biplane flight along the stunning McLaren Vale wine region's coastline, the rumble of the big radial engine.

To an extreme open cockpit Great Lakes biplane aerobatic trip aloft that offers a totally unique, adrenalin-pumping experience, that literally puts all of your senses on overload.

To the ultimate buzz of actually learning to fly at the most motivating, challengingly-fun, inspiringly easy going and singularly safe Flying School.

Relax and soak up the nostalgia of the 1940's biplanes and flight training, whilst enjoying a gourmet bacon and egg sandwich and coffee. Homemade cake and cookies straight from the Kitchen tempt you to linger on the decking.

At Adelaide Biplanes, we have a passion for pretty much everything there is to do with aeroplanes.

Simply put, that's what we are all about.

We look forward to welcoming you here soon. It really is ....

Awesome.

Please see website for all costs.




Colville Road
Willunga South, SA, 5172

Located 9.3K from Sellicks Beach

Sellicks Beach: Events

Fleurieu Folk Festival


The Fleurieu Folk Festival is an annual three day family friendly celebration of contemporary and traditional folk music, held in the picturesque township of Willunga, in South Australia's premier wine region.

Each year the festival hand picks over 50 of the best local, interstate and international folk musicians covering a broad range of genres including traditional, acoustic, Celtic, blues, roots and bluegrass. With workshops, sessions, dancers, blackboard concerts and children's entertainment, as well as local food, wine and market stalls, there's something for everyone!

So come and join us in October and be a part of this unique and exciting community event!

Ticket price is for an adult early bird season pass. Children under 15 admitted free when accompanied by paying adult.


Event Dates
2016
      21st Oct
      22nd Oct
      23rd Oct


Willunga Recreation Park,
Main Road
Willunga, SA, 5172

Located 11.5K from Sellicks Beach

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