Towns and Suburbs
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The suburbs along the 30 km coastline of Adelaide’s Beaches all have a distinct vibe about them, read below to find out which ones you might like to visit.
Glenelg is renowned for its wide beach, stunning sunsets, rich heritage, charming hotels and bustling shops, sidewalk cafés and loads of entertainment.
You can also swim with wild dolphins, go diving, snorkeling or join a fishing charter.
Trace Glenelg’s rich history in the galleries and museums, join in the fun of various events and meander along the coast to neighbouring beach towns.
Picture-perfect Brighton is a relaxed and diverse seaside suburb. It’s where many locals head in their spare time, as it offers the ideal mix of family life, entertainment by the beach and an effortlessly chic atmosphere. Characterised by its art deco style, quirky cafés, locally-made art and design shops, restaurants and the landmark Arch of Remembrance the gateway to the jetty itself. It’s the perfect option for a relaxing day of strolling and browsing.
The Broadway, Glenelg South
The Broadway, Glenelg South comprises a wide range of boutique offerings and specialised cafés, which makes it popular with both residents and visitors. Explore the street’s homeware stores, eateries, organic cafés and pubs. The Broadway Kiosk is one of Adelaide’s best-kept secrets, located on the Esplanade, and treats patrons to unsurpassed coastal views.
Seacliff and Kingston Park
For one of the best views of the Holdfast Bay coastline, the Kingston Park Coastal Reserve and lookout is a must see. It is also home to Tjilbruke Springs monument which commemorates the Aboriginal Dreaming story associated with the freshwater spring. It has been bubbling away for thousands of years in the sand just above the sea’s high-water mark.