Welcome to Glenelg SA


Located only 10km from the heart of Adelaide City, Glenelg is a charming seaside resort set on the long sandy white shores of Holdfast Bay. Glenelg is the site of South Australia's original mainland settlement in 1836. Glenelg is not only the place to see wild dolphins, but you can swim with them and it's a must do whilst in Adelaide. When you swim with them you have an amazing and unforgetable interaction that lasts for a lifetime - book your swim (or watch) either at the Glenelg Information Centre, or direct with Temptation Sailing. Have a look at their webpage www.dolphinboat.com.au.
Glenelg is Adelaide's most popular and beautiful coastal region featuring:

Important Information:

For our international visitors - WELCOME and please note that in Australia:

MOTORISTS, we drive on the LEFT hand side and speed limits are strictly enforced here. www.sa.gov.au/motoring.
You cannot travel into South Australia with fruit and vegetables as you may be trafficking pests & diseases - fines & penalties apply. www.pir.sa.gov.au/fruitfly.

BUSHFIRE danger is very high in the Adelaide Hills area especially in the summer months, ensure that you & your vehicle are prepared in the event of a fire. www.cfs.sa.gov.au.

CYCLISTS, Adelaide has allocated bike lanes for bike riders, but caution still needs to be taken when driving on them. Roads in the Adelaide Hills often have no passing lanes or bike lanes, and lots of double centre lines. As a result, it's hard to pass cyclists riding two abreast. On these roads, single-file cycling helps to improve the safety of motorists and cyclists. www.bikesa.asn.au.
NEW Frome Street bikeway is now open for cyclists in the city: www.adelaidecitycouncil.com/FromeStreetBikeway

WALKING DOGS, please be aware that dog poo is a major pollution source because most of it is washed to our local beaches through stormwater drains. Enjoy your walks, be a responsible dog owner and enjoy a clean, healthy environment. When walking in public areas, dogs are to be under effective control at all times. Effective control means that the dog must be under control by either being on a lead or it must respond to verbal commands. During daylight savings times, any dog on the beach must be on a lead between the hours of 10am and 8pm. When walking a dog in a public place, always carry a plastic bag to collect any droppings. Biodegradable dog tidy bags are available from Council Offices and in various locations throughout the City of Holdfast Bay. Failing to carry an instrument to pick up your dog’s droppings in a public place may result in a $187.50 fine under Councils by-law (No. 41). www.holdfast.sa.gov.au

All at your fingertips

Glenelg has a perfect Mediterranean climate characterized by warm dry summers and cool mild winters. Summer temperatures average around 27°C and winter months around 15°C.

A short 25 minute trip by TRAM departing from the centre of Glenelg - Moseley Square, takes you into Adelaide City and most importantly - Rundle Mall. So you can base yourself at seaside Glenelg and know that you are just a short trip away from the lights of the big city! Purchase your TRAM tickets on board with coins or cards only (no dollar notes accepted) and sit back & enjoy the ride.

But really why leave this delightful seaside destination, when everything is at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy your stay at Glenelg, we know you will want to come back again for some more of what this beautiful town has to offer. Check out how much you can save when booking your Glenelg stay. Enjoy!

Hallett Cove - 3km
Cleland Conservation Park - 7km
Deep Creek Conservation Park - 6.7km
Talisker Conservation Park - 1-2km
Belair National Park - 3km

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For GLENELG EVENTS - please refer to the Events tab at the top of this page otherwise, a snapshot of some of the Adelaide Events are listed below.

UPCOMING EVENTS - around Adelaide

MARCH 2015

21 Mar - Head of the River. Adelaide’s best secondary school rowers gather at West Lakes each year for the prestigious Head of the River regatta - www.rowingsa.asn.au
27- 29 Mar - Swan Reach Country Music Festival. Entertainment includes a ute muster, talent quest and more. Camping, caravan and swag sites are available to give you a taste of authenticity. Murray River, Lakes and Coorong.

APRIL 2015

2- 5 April - Cooper Pedy Centenary Celebrations - www.cooberpedy.sa.gov.au
4 April - Cadell Harvest Festival. Visitors travel far and wide for the infamous giant pumpkin growing competition held in the riverside town of Cadell. There's everything from cockroach racing to carp tossing, to fresh produce stalls, displays and entertainment. www.cadell.org.au
4- 6 April - Oakbank Racing Carnival. Adelaide Hills - www.oakbankracingclub.com.au
7 - 11 April - Fleurieu Peninsula Golf Championships. www.fleurieupeninsulagolfchampionship.com.au
10 - 11 April - Coonawarra After Dark Weekend. Coonawarra wineries open their doors to visitors at the peak of the grape harvest. Tour a working winery, join the annual grape stomp, meet the wine makers and watch harvesting in action. There will be plenty of opportunity to sample local produce, enjoy fantastic dining experiences, and to wear-out those dancing shoes! - www.coonawarra.org
11 - 12 April - Nippy's Silver Sands Multisport Festival. Open water swimming, beach and natural scrub running and cycling on one of the most
picturesque Esplanades in the country - www.silversandstraithlon.com.au
12 April - Barossa Airshow. A family fun day packed with aircraft displays, helicopter rides, an assortment of sideshows, food and of course, a selection of Barossa’s renowned wines.
12 April - Rock N' Roll Rendezvous - www.motor.history.sa.gov.au/motor/events.htm
15 - 19 April - Barossa Vintage Festival - www.barossavintagefestival.com.au
26 April - Stirling Laneways- Autumn - Enjoy fashion, food, wine, and street performances in a village style market. The event is held in the laneways and open spaces around Stirling’s picturesque main street -www.stirlingautumngardenfestival.com.au


GOOLWA Wharf - 1st & 3rd Sunday every month. 9-3pm
PORT ELLIOT - 1st & 3rd Saturday every month.
HAHNDORF - 4th Saturday each month except December. 8.30-1pm
HACKHAM WEST - 4th Saturday every month. 9-1pm
MCLAREN VALE - 3rd Sunday every month. 11-4pm
WILLUNA - 1st Saturday every month. 9-2pm
LITTLEHAMPTON - 2nd Saturday every month. 8-12.30pm
MACCLESFIELD - Every Sunday. 9.30-3pm
MEADOWS - 2nd Sunday every month. 9-3pm
MOANA - 2nd Sunday every month. 9-1.30pm
ADELAIDE HILLS - Every Saturday morning Mt Barker
CHRISTIES BEACH - 1st & 3rd Sunday every month. 9-2pm
STIRLING - 4th Sunday every month & 3rd Sunday in December. 10-4pm
STRATHALBYN - 3rd Sunday of every month. 8-2pm
WOODSIDE - 3rd Sunday every month. 7-12 noon
WILLUNGA Quarry - 2nd Saturday every month. 9-1pm
WILLUNGA farmers - Every Saturday. 8-12.30pm
LOBETHAL - Every Saturday 8.30 -4pm & Every Sunday 10-4pm
ALDINGA - 4th Sunday every month. 9-1pm
MT BARKER - 1st Saturday every month. 9-2pm
VICTOR HARBOR - 2nd & 4th Sunday every month. 9-3pm


MEADOWS - 4 day Easter Fair
MEADOWS - Country Fair & Battunga Field Day. Every 3rd Sunday in October
MACCLESFIELD - Strawberry Fete. Every 4th Sunday in November

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