Things to do on the Fleurieu these Summer Holidays 2019
I can barely recall what it was like to have those endless Summer holidays that we had in school. You know the ones? You return to school and everyone is taller, has different hair and wardrobes and comes to show and tell with amazing stories of adventure from their holidays?
To create your own show and tells we have compiled a list of things you should check out while you are in the area:
New Years Eve
To bring in the New Year, head to Warland Reserve in Victor Harbor. If you are in Goolwa Head to the Wharf (remember to make sure your pets are secure, safe and have appropriate up to date ID as fireworks can cause animals to experience distress and escape).
1-hour alpaca tour
take an alpaca for a walk (yes that is correct, you can WALK an alpaca)
Contact Softfoot Alpacas and Eco Centre from $49 per person at https://www.softfoot.com.au/
Get your adrenaline going with Goolwa Jetski hire – they also hire out canoes and stand up paddle boards so the whole family can get involved.
Swim with the Tuna or watch from the underwater observatory.
Goolwa Wharf Market
Reserve by the Wharf, Goolwa
Open first and third Sunday of each month (every Sunday in January) 9am–3:30pm
Lakala Reserve, Rosetta Street, Port Elliot
Open first and third Saturday of each month and Easter weekend 9am–2pm
Spend the day at Horseshoe Bay Port Elliot
Pack the sunscreen, esky, towels and sunshade and spend the day swimming at the beautifully protected bay.
Wharf Barrel Shed Goolwa
Located at Signal Point in Goolwa, there is no better place to unwind with a glass of wine while listening to live music.
No Summer holiday is complete without catching a few waves. If you have never tried to surf but always wanted to get in contact with Ocean Living Surf School https://olsurfschool.com.au whether it is just for yourself, or a family affair.
You can then unwind with coffee and breakfast at the local café Bomboras.
Wooden Playground Bristow Smith Reserve Nature Play space
Located on Barrage Road, Goolwa this playground is made of wood and rope. There is a river access ‘beach’ area for swimming and a grassed area with BBQ facilities.