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.

To book tours please visit the Glenelg Visitor Information Centre, where the professional and friendly staff will assist you with booking a tour that suits your needs and wants.

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What’s on

Mansions of Glenelg Walking Tour

Thursday 16th May and Thursday 23rd May – starts from Glenelg Town Hall, Moseley Square, Glenelg

By the mid-1880’s the sand dunes of Glenelg had long given way to the summer residences of wealthy South Australians.  Enjoy a guided tour and discover the stories behind some of Glenelg’s finest, such as Seafield Tower, Glenara, Stormont and Albert Hall.

Please visit holdfast.sa.gov.au/whatson or 8229 9916 for further information and bookings.

National Reconciliation Week

Monday 27th May – Monday 3rd June

Celebrate National Reconciliation week 2019 and immerse yourself in the cultural activities and workshops on offer.

For further information:  holdfast.sa.gov.au/whatson or 8229 9969