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Published June 17th 2018
Just over an hour from Adelaide
Normanville is a small coastal town on the west coast of South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula. It takes around an hour and a half to drive here from Adelaide and only about 40 minutes from Victor Harbor, making it an achievable daytrip from either place.
When a friend invited me to lunch at the Normanville Kiosk and Cafe, I jumped at the chance to eat seafood by the sea. In the style of Bombora at Goolwa and Star of Greece at Port Willunga, this cafe is also housed in a building which was formerly a beach kiosk, a fact which somehow adds to its appeal.
I headed for Normanville on a wintery Sunday morning and arrived to a moody sky. And a nearby jetty. I was hoping for a jetty.