Check out what's on!
Adelaide’s Beaches have an impressive calendar of events, activities and markets both free and paid, throughout the year.
- Igloo East and Igloo West will be open daily in Moseley Square, Glenelg until September 20. Enjoy a private group dining experience featuring a cosy and warm fireplace.
- Experience roller skating in Moseley Square, Glenelg during the October School Holidays.
- Children aged 3-17 years are invited to join the October School Holidays 25 Sept to 11 Oct popular Sports Program with 21 sports offering 68 activity sessions across Charles Sturt.
- Join Adelaide Ocean Safari for a Tasting Australia event on the 3 and 4 Oct. This lunchtime cruise along Adelaide's coastline featuring fresh local seafood and cultural insights from an Aboriginal guest speaker.
- Wander the Glenelg Sunset Markets Moseley Square Foreshore 24 - 25 October.
Find out more about Adelaide Beaches
A range of accommodation awaits you along the 30km coastline of Adelaide’s beaches and waterways, Port Adelaide, North Haven and more.
Beaches and Waterways
Enjoy the calmer waters of Adelaide Beaches or engage in one of the many water activities such as swimming, sailing, snorkeling and stand-up paddle boarding.
Things to Do
There are plenty of things to do in Adelaide. From maritime history and cultural museums to promenades, picnics and watersports, Adelaide has something to delight every visitor.
Eat and Drink
The Adelaide Beaches coastline is a truly multicultural experience when it comes to dining out. There is a huge array of cuisines to choose from.
Along the coastline of Adelaide, you will find a myriad of family activities from nature parks to adventure zones and engaging museum visits.
Winter or summer, there are hundreds of events and festivals along Adelaide's Beaches, Port Adelaide River snd West Lakes to see, explore and enjoy!
What better way to enjoy a city than to get right into the local vibe? Find out what’s currently happening in Adelaide right here.
About the Region
How Adelaide came to be. Wellbeing underpinned Adelaide’s establishment thousands of years before settlement in 1836 as a free colony.