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Follow The Coast
South Australia’s coastline has three main peninsulas: Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula and the Fleurieu Peninsula.
The aquaculture capital of the state, indulge in fresh seafood and swim with sea lions! Go cage diving with sharks at Port Lincoln and enjoy the wonders of the Giant Cuttlefish Migration occurring once a year off the coast of Whyalla.
The Fleurieu Peninsula is home to beautiful beaches and the McLaren Vale wine region. Go whale watching, visit Victor Harbor and discover little penguins and other iconic natives. Adelaide Scuba regularly visits the Fleurieu Peninsula as a primary dive location, just a short drive from our front door you can be immersed in clear, tranquil waters observing South Australia’s marine emblem, the Leafy Sea Dragon.
Travel east from the Eyre Peninsula towards the Yorke Peninsula. Take the plunge and camp at Innes National Park whilst diving at some of Australia’s most prized dive sites including Edithburgh and Port Hughes with an abundance of unique marine life only found in South Australia.
Visit the Limestone Coast in the south east of South Australia for world-class fresh water diving. Explore numerous karst features including underwater caverns, sinkhole and cave systems and be amazed by the spring-fed, gin clear water and spectacular underground formations.
The southern part of the state has a Mediterranean climate. South Australia’s main temperature range is 29 °C (84 °F) in January and 15 °C (59 °F) in July. Daily temperatures in parts of the state in January and February can be up to 48 °C (118 °F). The water temperature ranges from 10℃ in winter to 24℃ in mid-summer.
19°C - 23°C
15°C - 22°C
11°C - 15°C
15°C - 18°C
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Located only 10 kilometres from the heart of Adelaide City, Glenelg is a charming seaside resort set on the long sandy white shores of Holdfast Bay.