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Published March 15th 2020
Sand and sea glass on The Fleurieu
It is a changing world and with the Coronavirus global pandemic on our doorstep, it is more important than ever to take some time out and breathe. It is a great time to switch off the media, social networks and breath in the sea air strolling on the beach.


Normanville Jetty, Normanville, Carricaklinga, Beach
Normanville Jetty


We are very blessed in South Australia to have so many beautiful beaches that are within a short drive from the city and provide a place to wind down. We love Normanville to Carrickalinga, a 4 km stretch of pristine sand, compact enough to provide great walking for all ages. The dogs just love to run after a ball and have a dip in the sea.

Normanville, beach fishing, Fleurieu
Beach Fishing at Sunset


It is a great spot for some exercise in the fresh sea air, great for beach fishing or searching for prized sea glass or unique shells with the kids.

Sea Glass, Normanville, Carrickalings, Fleurieu
Rare Sea Glass


Whilst the weather is cooling and might provide for a more chilly swim, it is a great spot to fly a kite or play some beach cricket.

If beach cricket is not your thing, why not read a book or have a picnic on the beach. The stroll along the jetty provides great views and if you are lucky, you'll see the pods of dolphins or the magnificent Pacific Gull enjoying these beautiful waters.

Pacific Gull
The Expansive Wing Span of a Pacific Gull


The beach has access to boats and you will find further fishing opportunities in the Bungala River or along the beach to Lady Bay.

So get out of the house, take a drive and breathe some fresh sea air. We love to finish our day with a glass of bubbles as we watch the sunset.
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Why? Fresh sea air and seclusion
When: All year around
Where: Normanville Beach
Cost: Absolutely Nothing
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I think there may be a good Caravan Park on the seafront
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