See the beauty of Glenelg

Glenelg is so easily accessible from Adelaide City using the Glenelg Tram and has much to offer when you arrive. There is plenty to keep the whole family amused such as; fishing charters, sailing, beach volleyball and activities, walking trails, bike hire, the famous Dolphin swim or watch or even a twilight cruise, reserves, play grounds, BBQ areas, lots of history and an amusement centre. Once you come here you won’t want to leave, so book your ticket and come and see what Glenelg has to offer.

Glenelg has a range of accommodation to choose from including 1, 2 and 3 bedroom self-contained apartments, hotels, motels, B&B’s, caravan parks and a beach hostel all with either city and hills views or ocean views.

Our team are experts on what to see and do in Glenelg and South Australia, click here to view our ‘must do’ experiences.

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What’s on

SALA Walking Tour – Glenelg

Thursday 15th August – 9:30am – 12:30am

Take a stroll with guide Colleen and visit the multiple SALA exhibitions at venues along Jetty Road, Glenelg. Meet some of the artists and hear about their exhibition and works of art. The tour will start at Moseley Square and end at the Bayside village with multiple stops along the way. Free event but bookings are essential to contain numbers.

Lino Painting for all

Sunday 18th August – 10:00am – 12:00pm, Partridge House

Join this fun lino print workshop with Artist Camilo Esparza and learn printmaking techniques which can be hand printed on a wide variety of materials. This introductory workshop will teach you how to carve and work a lino plate and create your very own artwork to take home. No experience required and all materials included. Ages 12+ Bookings essential

Holdfast Bay regular events

The Holdfast Bay Council holds regular events around the local area, click here to see their full calendar.