Near Me – Service Areas – Fleurieu Peninsula
Service Areas include the Southern Adelaide Hills, Mclaren Vale, Willunga, Myponga, Strathalbyn, Mount Compass, Currency Creek, Carrickallinga, Normanville, Wirrina Cove, Inman Vally, Middleton, Goolwa, Second Valley, Port Elliot, Delamere, Parawa, Victor Harbor, Encounter Bay, Cape Jarvis and Kangaroo Island.
The Fleurieu Peninsula is close to Victor Harbor, in South Australia.
What is the Fleurieu Peninsula known for?
The Fleurieu Peninsula is known for its wineries and pristine beaches. There are many wineries in the area with the most well known wine region McLaren Vale.
This area boasts 160 vineyards and 74 Cellar Doors. The nearby township of Willunga is also located within the McLaren Vale grape vine area.
Some beaches included in the coastal area includes Southport, Blowhole, Second Valley, Waitpinga, Port Elliot, Sellicks and Port Willunga Beach that has a shipwreck from the 1800’s.
If whale watching is on your bucket-list. They can often be found around Encounter bay, Victor Harbor and off the coast of Middleton and Port Elliot.
How Big is The Fleurieu Peninsula?
The Fleurieu Peninsula covers around 6700 square kilometres. There are also 130,000 residents of the area.
Where is The Fleurieu Peninsula?
The Fleurieu Peninsula is about 40 minutes drive south of Adelaide. The area has some of the best food and wine in the country and indeed the world.
What is the Origin of the Name Fleurieu Peninsula?
Fleurieu means flower in French and is pronounced flu ri o.