39 kilometres from Adelaide
Norfolk Island pines dominate the foreshore of this popular beachside town, which is noted for its summer swimming, year-round fishing, snorkelling and coastal walks.
Moana is also one of the few SA beaches where vehicles can access the beach during the summer months.
The town got its name from a competition held in 1927. 'Moana' was the winning entry and translates to 'ocean' in the Maori indigenous language.
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