42 kilometres from Adelaide
Known locally as 'Maslins', Maslin Beach is one of the prettiest beaches in South Australia and is maintained in almost pristine condition. Its high cliffs near Blanche Point provide great family picnic spots, with a large lawned area, playground, and amenities overlooking the ocean.
It’s also a paradise for divers and snorkellers, with dramatic shipwrecks and stunning marine life, including the famed Leafy Sea Dragon.
The far southern end of the 3-kilometre-long beach has the distinction of being Australia's first legal nudist beach, with designated areas reserved for nude bathing. Fun fact, Maslin Beach used to host the annual Pilwarren Maslin Nude Games with over 400 participants!