Fleurieu Peninsula is located south of Adelaide, with a drive of less than 40 minutes, offering vast coastlines with beautiful long stretches of white sandy beaches, rolling Mt Lofty ranges, ancient vineyards and farmland communities.
Fleurieu Peninsula has a diverse range of accommodation styles suitable for all budgets and travellers, you can choose from hotels, motels, resorts, B&Bs, self contained accommodation and carvan parks.
Visit Victor Harbor, Mount Compass, Goolwa, Rapid Bay and the renowned wine region of McLaren Vale from your base at Fleurieu Pennisula. Sit on the wharf and see the boats cruise under Hindmarsh Bridge or sail up to the Coorong and see the Pelicans. While at Granite Island you can see the penguins come ashore or dive the wrecks of the HMAS Hobart off Rapid Bay and for those feeling adventurous trek through Deep Creek Conservation Park to the Blowhole. Whale spotting is popular in Fleurieu Peninsula in particular off Port Elliot, Middleton and Victor Harbor from May and October. A ferry travels between Cape Jervis, at the top of the Peninsula and Kangaroo Island.
The stunning landscape provides an amazing backdrop for the many artists and crafts people whose work is displayed in the numerous galleries and markets in the area.