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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    Travel Blogs from West Beach

    Ceduna to Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by bardenfamily on Jul 14, 2015

    2 photos

    ... We stopped in Port Augusta to buy some more fruit and vegetables and asked a local where we could buy a nice pie for lunch. He gave us directions, which the children listened to and remembered amazingly well, I wished they listened to me that well!!! We found this little out of the way pie shop and whilst we were having our lunch we were astounded by the queue of about 20 ...

    Snells outback – my bucket list

    A travel blog entry by elaine-snell on Mar 29, 2015

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... the murder happened, and a memorial to George, still exist. The story has always intrigued me. One day, I told myself, I want to go there. It’s high on my bucket list.

    The story is part of Australian folklore, I was told on my way up there. The ease of striking up a conversation with local people on my way through the Flinders resulted in meeting people who know the story and remember the younger generations of Snells. The best ...

    Adelaide - Port Noarlunga

    A travel blog entry by andytolley on Feb 03, 2015

    ... shop promoting the deals they had on (in the same way a butcher in a market would try to sell his meat); the different abbreviations (Aussies abbreviate everything) - it's all about 'Utes' in Australia - utility vehicles - not vans; the bravado culture (but nobody actually drinks imperial 568ml pints). I could go on but you'd have to get to Australia to see the differences for yourself.

    Off to the beach for Xmas.....

    A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Dec 23, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    This morning we said a sad farewell to Hahndorf... and said hello to the beach again. This is a great place to spend our Xmas week and we look forward to some great times ahead. After set up we made a walk around the local area and picked up some bbq items for dinner tonight and worked out a shopping plan for Xmas Eve. We checked out the local pub and booked ourselves in last ...

    Flinders Ranges

    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... creeks every now and then. The lower end of the trunks are distinctly cone shaped being up to 4m diameter at the ground level, and about 1m across some 3m up from where a normal trunck continues. One can see the floodwaters carrying all sorts of flotsam bearing down on these trees. They need to be built like a buttress to be able to resist being pushed over. Even younger trees appear to quickly develop this huge and heavy foundation to ensure survival.

    After ...

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