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Aldinga Beach

Aldinga Beach, Onkaparinga, South Australia 5173, Australia
+61 8 8323 9944
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I live here and it is best kept a secret!!!

How many places can you get hills near a picture perfect beach with wineries all around and... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2017
Adelaide, Australia
Nice place to be

Nice but not as relaxing as cars are permitted to drive on the shore. But this enables you to take... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2017
Adelaide, Australia
via mobile
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Aldinga Beach, Onkaparinga, South Australia 5173, Australia
+61 8 8323 9944
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Reviewed 5 May 2017

How many places can you get hills near a picture perfect beach with wineries all around and markets,eateries and views? say no more!

Thank ashleywalterb
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

Nice but not as relaxing as cars are permitted to drive on the shore. But this enables you to take all the heavy things right to the water.

Thank JavadJJ
Reviewed 5 April 2017

I recommend anyone to head down to the beach! is an amazing place, relaxing to spend a weekend away!

Thank Valeria A
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

The beach runs for miles! Just park up in your car, set up the wind shade and start that BBQ! We came here almost everyday during my 2 weeks stay and I'd do it all over again if I could! The water was so calm...More

Thank Bex B
Reviewed 20 March 2017

The coastline that includes Aldinga Beach is absolutely beautiful. Runs for miles. Some areas are accessible by 4-wheel drive so that you can actually park on the beach which is a great option when you have young children. Plenty of parking areas also. A number...More

Thank NashvilleRoo
Reviewed 17 March 2017

As a Fleurieu peninsula girl, I remember when Aldinga was part of the country we'd take the kids camping at the local caravan park and spend days at the beach, as they got older we drove down for day trips and now it's just part...More

Thank Fiona G
Reviewed 2 March 2017

I have swum here several times on warm days and really enjoyed the surroundings. When I visited, the water was great but more importantly safe from currents. A good spot for a family day.

Thank Tim D
Reviewed 21 February 2017

While visiting Adelaide we drove down the coast and ended up at Aldinga Beach. It was a very hot January day, 40 degrees. We were so surprised to see so many cars and people on the beach, hundreds of them. The sand is hard and...More

Thank Rowena B
Reviewed 13 February 2017

This beautiful beach stretches for miles and is plenty wide for a leisurely stroll. When we were there, we only saw a few other people. Near the car park is an open air structure with picnic table that's perfect for a picnic. The drive to...More

Thank sgfintl
Reviewed 21 January 2017

Just a brilliant beach which allows people to drive on the beach and park. Unbelievable on Australia day. This would be one of the best beaches anywhere. Nice gentile slop3 into the water and beautiful sand.. Have been here and Silver sands many times.

Thank Wolf T
Nearby Restaurants
Star of Greece
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Aldinga Home Grain Bakery
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1.82 km away
Nearby Attractions
Adelaide Biplanes - Day Tour
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Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park
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Michael P
I'd like to know where it is.
27 March 2015|
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Response from sunbuns2014 | Reviewed this property |
Aldinga Beach is on the Fleureieu peninsula close to wineries & plenty of fish!
Michael P
Hi Where is the tall (unsure sand stone type pyramid?) that is in a pinkish color and stands quite tall and you can walk around it, via a platform.
27 March 2015|
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Response from Jenny R | Reviewed this property |
best ask a local, as we have never heard it mentioned or never seen it? but if you find out would like to see it also, good luck