Willunga Farmers Market
Willunga Farmers Market was the first farmers market to be established in South Australia and is now considered one of the best. With more than 55 stalls selling fresh primary produce from regional farms and Fleurieu Peninsula products, shoppers experience a diverse variety, showcasing all that is fresh and seasonal.
Port Willunga Beach
In 2008 Port Willunga beach was named in Travel + Leisure magazine as one of the top 20 worldwide destinations. This coastal town is home to ancient shipwrecks and fantastic marine life, it is a paradise for divers and snorkelers, the soft sandy beach is popular as a safe family swimming haven.
Clad or unclad, welcome to Australia's first official nude bathing beach! Maslin Beach forms a sweeping arc of golden sand sheltered by spectacular cliffs. It is the perfect isolated spot to acquire that all-over body tan. Nude bathing is only allowed at the southern end of the beach, some 700 metres from the main north-beach car park. There are three car parks for beach-goers, two serving the north end and one the south.
Willunga Golf Club
The Willunga Public Golf Course consists of 18 challenging holes with its lush tree lined fairways and expansive grass greens. It is set in a picturesque location amongst historic gum trees and a meandering creek with superb views of the vines and hills. The course itself is in immaculate condition and located just 10 minutes from BIG4 Port Willunga.
McLaren Vale is one of Australia’s renowned wine regions, famous for producing some the best wines in the world, and with over 65 cellar doors. The region is thriving, and the energy and passion of the local community is infectious. McLaren Vale is close to the stunning coastline of the south coast. Make a day of it and visit the beautiful Victor Harbor while in the area.
Based at the scenic, charming and romantic Aldinga Airfield, Adelaide Biplanes is all about delivering some of the most awesome flying experiences it's possible to imagine.
Wineries and Dining
Numerous wineries surround our region many offering cellar door sales and fine dining utilizing the best of our local produce. d'Arenberg, Wirra Wirra, Maxwells, Woodstock are just a few of the fantastic wineries not forgetting Port Willunga wines that are on our doorstep.
Urimbirra Wildlife Park
The Urimbirra open-range Wildlife Park is located only 30 minutes from BIG4 Port Willunga and is one of South Australia's best family friendly attractions. Get up close with animals like kangaroos, snakes and koalas, listen to keeper talks and discover the over 400 native Australian animals throughout the wetlands. The perfect daytrip destination for families based in Port Willunga.
We are only 45 minutes from Cape Jervis a great place to stop and refresh before and after boarding the KI Ferry.
Diving and Snorkeling
The uncrowded, pristine waters and unique marine environment mean that the Fleurieu Peninsula is a divers paradise, explore carefully and your glimpse South Australia's famous leafy sea dragon. Popular diving areas include the Aldinga reef, Port Noarlunga reef and Gulls rock at Maslin Beach
Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park
Discover the abundance of rare coastal flora nestled between Aldinga and Sellick beach. Keep your ears and eyes open or birds butterflies geckos, echidnas and the rare and delicate Lacy Coral Lichen.
Coast Park Walking Trail
The Coast Park Walking Trail is a 70km coastal trail open for walking and cycling along the Adelaide coast.
Willunga Court House
The Willunga Courthouse Museum is located in a heritage listed courthouse complex, with cells, stable and police residence, in a picturesque setting in the historic Willunga township. The museum occupies a period courtroom maintained in authentic condition, with displays of memorabilia related to the police station and courthouse, the police officers and their families, and the magistrates and the court cases which took place there.
Fleurieu Folk Festival
from 25 October, 2019 to 27 October, 2019
Set in the beautiful historic town of Willunga on the Fleurieu Peninsula, the festival presents a weekend of music concerts and sessions, dance, workshops, bush poets, children’s entertainment, stalls, in fact there’s something there for the whole family .