Port Noarlunga is a popular family destination, with gorgeous beach and great fishing opportunities for all ages who take advantage of the jetty.
Port Noarlunga is just 34 kilometres south of Adelaide. Low tides expose a nearby heritage-listed reef that provides a unique natural marine reserve, perfect for safe aquatic exploration.
More intrepid walkers can head for the river estuary and Onkaparinga River National Park.
The village itself provides great coffee and interesting shopping, along with a hint of what the old port would have looked like more than a century ago.
Don't miss the nearby adventure playground - a fort-like construction that enthralls children with its mazes, towers and high walls. The community came together to build this facility with voluntary labour and it has won numerous prizes.
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