Seeking information on where to go and what to do in the Fleurieu Peninsula? Take a look through latest blogs to give you an insight into some of the interesting and different things you can experience on the Fleurieu.
Faces of the Fleurieu: Holly Wyatt
We caught up with Holly Wyatt, Co-Owner of Valley of Yore Cafe in Myponga, to hear her top tips for making the most of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Must-visit camp spots on the Fleurieu Peninsula
It’s time to pack the car and take a backcountry break this weekend. We’ve compiled a list of our top 4 camping spots on the Fleurieu Peninsula to help guide you on your way.
Wine walking trail launches in up-and-coming southern town.
Willunga Wander: A collective of boutique cellar doors in Willunga have gathered together to introduce yet another reason to visit this quaint but emerging town, south of Adelaide.
Faces of the Fleurieu: Bernadette Stack & Trevor De Groot
Meet Trevor De Groot & Berndadette Stack. The duo behind De Groot Coffee Co. We caught up with them to chat about their love for the Fleurieu and their favourite spots. Why not let these two guide you on your next adventure.
Top activities in National Parks and Reserves
We are blessed to have some of the most amazing National Parks and Reserves on the Fleurieu Peninsula. From picturesque pine forests to rugged coastal dunes, there are plenty of locations to inspire your next adventure.
Your next off-grid getaway
Tiny homes, Glamping tents, Cabins and eco-retreats are becoming increasingly popular accommodation choices. What is there not to love? You get to surround yourself with beautiful views and escape from the rest of the world in comfort and style.
Six must-visit coffee spots
Looking for that next cup of delicious, warm, freshly roasted coffee? Whether you are on a road trip, staying for a long weekend or are local to the area these spots are some of the best that the Fleurieu Peninsula has to offer!
Best walking and hiking trails
When was the last time you went for a walk in nature? We've compiled some of the best locations to get outdoors and move those feet.
Take it away! The Fleurieu’s fast-foodie favourites (and where to eat them)
There’s nothing like devouring some gourmet takeaway with a picturesque view, and the Fleurieu’s got both in spades.
Langhorne Creek's Grapes for Good Trail
When did you think you could be doing a little good with every glass you pour? Follow the trail through Langhorne Creek's cellar doors and support conservation of endangered animal species
Fun for Parents (With Activities for the Kids Too!)
We’ve put together a list of the best activities for adults on the Fleurieu Peninsula, that also includes something to keep the kids entertained. From wineries and breweries with extras for the little ones to nature exploration and delicious eats –
Cycling on the Fleurieu
Cycle along the coastline, past vineyards through forests and by reservoirs. It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or regularly don the lycra, there are plenty of cycling trails to suit your taste.
Sunset on the Fleurieu
The Fleurieu Peninsula has some of the most beautiful scenery in Australia – from stunning seascapes to rolling vineyards, there are plenty of places to sit back and enjoy the changing colours of the skyline at sunset.
Fleurieu Awesome Foursome Weekend
Do you crave adrenaline experiences or love to get active on your weekends? If so, the Fleurieu has you covered! From skydiving and surfing to rock climbing and quad biking. Perhaps you’ll even do all four, which makes for a pretty adventurous weekend.
Reconnect with your teens
The Fleurieu Peninsula has plenty of activities to suit the family. From surfing and quad biking to kayaking and abseiling, or a more sedate boat cruise or fishing charter.
Explore Myponga Reservoir
Feel like you need to escape your day to day for a few hours and get amongst nature on the Fleurieu?
Kelly Golding leads the way...
Kelly Golding leads the way...
Craft Brewery Trail
If you’re looking for somewhere to quench your thirst this winter, you’ve come to the right place! The Fleurieu Peninsula is fast becoming South Australia’s top region for handcrafted beers and spirits.