Relax on the Beach

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Glenelg is Adelaide’s premier seaside destination and when you look at the beach you will see that the reason it is so, is obvious. Continue reading “Relax on the Beach”

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Adelaide’s Premier Seaside Resort

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Glenelg is Adelaide’s premier, at least in terms of visitor numbers, seaside resort situated on the shore of Holdfast Bay about 10 kms from the City Centre. It is named after Lord Glenelg, then Britain’s Secretary of State for War and the Colonies. Continue reading “Adelaide’s Premier Seaside Resort”

Take the Tram to Glenelg

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This review is an introduction to Glenelg on which I have written a series of seperate reviews under the Glenelg category. Obviously, I recommend you look at and visit Glenelg should you find yourself in Adelaide.

Glenelg is Adelaide’s premier, at least in terms of visitor numbers, seaside resort on the shore of Holdfast Bay/ Gulf St Vincent about 10 kms from Adelaide City centre. It is named after Lord Glenelg, then Britain’s Secretary of State for War and the Colonies. Continue reading “Take the Tram to Glenelg”

Henley Beach and Square

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Henley Beach (named after Henley-on-Thames in England) is an Adelaide beach-side suburb which, as the name suggests has a beach, and an excellent one at that, part of a 30km plus beautiful white sand beach which runs from Outer Harbor south to Brighton and beyond. Henley Beach is one of many seaside resorts on Gulf St Vincent and one of my favourites – genteel yet modern. Continue reading “Henley Beach and Square”

Catch the Train to Grange

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Grange, formerly a village separate from Adelaide, is now one of a number of seaside suburbs to the north of the city, along the beautiful coast of Gulf St Vincent.

Once one traverses a small amount of vegetated sand dunes one gets to a beautiful white sand beach. Bring your own shade, sunscreen and lots of water. There are ample access points along the esplanade and there is direct access from the small commercial part of Grange by the jetty. Continue reading “Catch the Train to Grange”