Normanville South Australia
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Beachside View, Turnbury Drive, Normanville
Beachside View, Turnbury Drive, Normanville
Coastline. Photo Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism
Coastline. Photo Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism
Jetty at Nomie Beach, Normanville SA
Jetty at Nomie Beach, Normanville SA
Bar at Grand Mercure Links Lady Bay
Bar at Grand Mercure Links Lady Bay
Sunset over Nomie Beach, Normanville SA
Sunset over Nomie Beach, Normanville SA
Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism, Barry Skipsey
Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism, Barry Skipsey
Trafford Hill Winery. SATC, Barry Skipsey
Trafford Hill Winery. SATC, Barry Skipsey
Troon Drive beachside View, Normanville SA
Troon Drive beachside View, Normanville SA

Normanville Information

Normanville is a coastal town situated on the Bungala River in the Fleurieu Peninsula with a population of about 1,000 people. The town was established in 1850 when Robert Norman opened the Normanville Hotel.

In early history Normanville was a successful wheat-growing district that led to the construction of the town’s jetty, which was used for exporting farming produce. When Adelaide grew in size farming became a less important and in recent years Normanville has become a hot tourist town attracting many who wish to enjoy a relaxing beachside holiday.

Normanville Beach or Normie Beach as the locals nickname it is one of the most pristine beaches in Australia and is perfect for swimming, snorkelling and relaxing. Normie beach is usually calm and tranquil If you are looking for more swell then nearby Carrikalinga beach is idyllic for surfing or boogie boarding.

Fishing is a popular tourist attraction to Normanville and the historic Jetty is the best place to catch some fresh fish with plenty of mullet, garfish, herring and squid all year round. The jetty also provides a great night fishing spot for bigger catches like snapper, tailor and mulloway.

The township of Normanville is also surrounded with lots of wineries making holiday day trips for wine tasting and picnics a must do activity.

Horse riding is another attraction to Normanville with the perfect settings from nature rides through bushland and scrub to the exhilarating horse ride along the beach.

Golfing Enthusiasts will enjoy the Links Lady Bay Golf course, which features a PGA championship golf course that is ranked in the top 100 golf courses in Australia. The course was designed by famous golfers Jack Newton and Graeme Grant.

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Horse Riding on Beach at Normanville. SATC, Photo by Peter Fisher
Horse Riding on Beach at Normanville. SATC, Photo by Peter Fisher
Normanville Beach. Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism, Photo Barry Skipsey
Normanville Beach. Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism, Photo Barry Skipsey