Adelaide Beaches Holiday Villas

Address: 17 Seaview Rd, West Beach, South Australia, 5024, Australia | Villa
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This villa, located on 17 Seaview Rd, West Beach, is near Glenelg Tram, Grange, Royal Adelaide Golf Club, and Museum of Childhood.
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      Sussex by the Sea

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... water as long as we could.

      Despite humming the Jaws theme, no sharks made an appearance! Or fish even come to think of it. Maybe they knew where the warmest waters were.

      We watched the sunset from outside our camper, with a cuppa and a biscuit. Then we decided to take a stroll up to Brighton town. Or at least where we assumed town to be, i.e. near the pier!

      The pier is actually just a jetty, but fortunately this ...

      Day Four (Richie Tambling still can't play)

      A travel blog entry by slog on Jun 28, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... in for a day of local football. And I gotta say - what a revelation. As someone who attends many games at the MCG, it was simply fantastic to experience football at the level one below. By days end, the crowd was probably a leisurely couple of thousand or three but the lack of spectators didn't quell the depth of passion. The game ebbed and flowed in the windy conditions on a ground made heavy by the overnight rain. The game was competitive and ...

      Swim with dolphins in Adelaide

      A travel blog entry by jennet on May 10, 2014

      ... us to get in! We had to sit along the platforms along the back of the boat then lower ourselves into the water gripping hold of one of the two ropes attached to the left and right back end of the boat. Reassuringly, in the middle of the 2 ropes was a shark guard- an electrified strip which floated between the two ropes and set off an electric field which deterred any nearby ...

      Playing on the lily-pads!

      A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Apr 18, 2014

      6 photos

      So the grown-up and me have learnt that Good Friday in Australia is a day of holidays. Shops close, cafes close, museums close and even McDonalds close! Knowing this, the grown-up decided to postpone our trip to the wildlife park to another just in case it was either closed, or it was open and there were lots of people there.

      The sunshine was shining bright and the grown-up decided ...

      A day at the beac h

      A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on Jan 30, 2014

      35 photos

      A day on our own today, decided to go back to Port Adelaide and look for the actual town this time, we did find it but like so many English towns the main street looked very run down with loads of empty shops. We walked down the main street and onto the dock where we found a lovely coffee shop for our morning break. Apart from the two museums and dolphin trips which only run a few days every week ...

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