Your guide to the Morphettville Spring Carnival 

The spring racing season is upon us, which means it’s time to get your tickets to the latest events and on-field fashion sorted. The Spring Carnival at the Morphettville kicks off October 8, with some of the hottest events, experiences and luncheons happening at the premier racecourse.

Guinness on Guineas Irish Spring Fling DayOctober 8

If you’re partial to a pint of Guinness, this is the race day for you. The Guinness of Guineas Irish Spring Fling is a jam-packed day featuring luxe long lunches, a “spring fling” party, pints of the Irish brew and more.

With two luncheon experiences to choose from, enjoy an afternoon at Restaurant 1873 overlooking the finishing straight and Winning Post. Or, see if you’re as lucky as a leprechaun at the Irish Spring Fling Party in the Diva Lounge. A ticket to the event – hosted on the ground floor of the grandstand – includes a five-hour drink package, a food voucher and access to betting facilities. General admission tickets cost $30, and gates open at 11am.

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The Everest & Caulfield Cup Day | October 15

The second thrilling event in the spring calendar combines two of the largest racing events of the season. See The Everest live from Sydney’s Randwick Racecourse and experience the excitement of the “world’s richest race on turf” – the prize money standing at an astonishing $15M. Then, catch the prestigious Group 1 Caulfield Cup streamed live from Melbourne. Some of the best South Australian racing will be happening also.

The first-class racing events are paired with a range of premium hospitality packages perfect for punters searching to enjoy the day in style. Celebrate at the CC Giddy Up Club, close to the action of the racing track or unwind at The Stables with a luxe two-course lunch experience overlooking the Mounting Yard.

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Cox Plate Day | October 22

The Cox Plate day is one of the best springtime race events, welcoming the warmer weather while showcasing exceptional interstate racing live on the big screen. Enjoy local produce platters and SA wine amongst good company, or try your luck on the biggest race day in Moonee Valley. 

Book the VIP section at the CC Giddy Up Club and enjoy a four-hour drinks package (including Canadian Club), a cheese platter and a private booth close to the track action. The race day fun begins at 11am.

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Victoria Derby & Golden Eagle Day | October 29

The spring races are renowned for their on-field style, with the VIC Derby and Golden Eagle Day at the Morphettville racecourse a day of flair, fashion and fun. Dress to the nines in your best black-and-white style and enjoy a day of racing entertainment.

Sydney’s Golden Eagle and the prestigious VIC Derby will be streamed to the big screens, with local racing also taking place on the day. Settle in for one of the most fashionable days in the spring calendar, and enjoy the best Morphettville has to offer.

Experiences on the day include a premium luncheon at Restaurant 1873, the CC Giddy Up Club (and its VIP booths), or access to the perfect viewing spot for track action at the Diva Lounge.

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Melbourne Cup Day | November 1

Experience the magic of the race that stops the nation at Morphetville’s Melbourne Cup Day, streaming the famed race live from Flemington. Enjoy a day of thrilling live racing, participate in the sweepstake and try your luck on a horse in the nation’s most historic race event.

The prestigious event is matched with several luxury hospitality packages, helping you enjoy Melbourne Cup Day in style. Toast the day with a glass of GH Mumm champagne at the Morphettville Champagne on the Lawns event. The premium event is in prime position for racing action and includes a five-hour drinks package (including GH Mumm), roving canapés and live entertainment.

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Stakes Day | November 5

The final race in the spring calendar arrives as we begin to gear up for the holiday season and the weather warms up. End the Spring Carnival on a high with the Group 1 Mackinnon Stakes streamed on the big screen at Morphettville Racecourse, with live local racing taking place throughout the day.

This final spring event sets the tone for the end-of-year festivities and is the perfect opportunity for corporate celebrations looking to beat the busy December period. Dress to impress in your on-field fashion, book a private suite or long lunch and soak up the thrilling race action.

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What’s On at ADL Fashion Week

ADL Fashion Week kicks off this spring, celebrating South Australia’s fashion industry across a four-day, jam-packed program. The inaugural event, taking place in the Adelaide CBD this October 6-9, shines a light on local talent while providing a place for creatives and shoppers to enjoy the diversity of SA’s fashion scene.

The new festival has a curated line-up of events, in-store experiences, and incredible shopping offers. Here’s the South Australian Style guide to the hottest events at ADL Fashion Week:

ADL Fashion Week Launch Lunch | October 6

Celebrate the launch of ADL Fashion Week with a long lunch at Fishbank this October 6. The afternoon features a curated program of live entertainment, bespoke fashion moments and a portrait pop-up station. Enjoy freshly-shucked oysters on arrival before the exclusive launch party unfolds. Tickets cost $150, with the lunch starting at midday.

Buy Tickets Here.

90 Years of R.M Williams: A Life’s Journey | October 6

Celebrate nine decades of the iconic South Australian brand R.M Williams at an exclusive evening this October 6. Enjoy a five-course dinner at Sôl Rooftop, paired perfectly with Penfolds wine, and learn about the R.M Williams legacy in an intimate Q+A with Head of Product Development Scott Faulder. Tickets cost $250, with the event starting at 6:30pm.

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The Art of Fashion | October 8

South Australia’s fashion landscape is home to dozens of diverse designers, creatives and industry experts. Raise a glass to those marking a mark in the fashion world at the ADL Fashion Week event, The Art of Fashion. Hosted at the Art Gallery of South Australia, enjoy an exclusive showcase from some of the state’s most loved designers, drinks and dancing under the stars. Designers will be announced soon.

The Style Capsule – Style at Sea Launch Lunch | October 8

Join The Style Capsule at the launch of their spring/summer range ‘Style at Sea’ with a long lunch hosted at Yiasou George this October 8. See a showcase of the latest Valente The Label collection – designed by Lisa Ranieri – and an interactive styling session with Adelaide’s own Lauren Dilena. Then, enjoy a three-course menu of Mediterranean-inspired dishes prepared by Yiasou George and a goodie bag. Tickets cost $85, with the event starting at midday.

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Adelaide Film Festival Presents: Fashion Reimagined | October 9

The Adelaide Film Festival coincides with ADL Fashion Week, with Palace Nova Cinemas in the east end hosting an exclusive event and Q+A for the South Australian premiere of Fashion Reimagined. The documentary follows British fashion designer Amy Powney (Mother of Pearl) and her journey in creating a sustainable collection from “field to finished garment”, transforming the way we understand fashion.

After the film, enjoy a live Q+A discussion panel with the designers behind local, sustainable labels autark (Sophia McMahon) and Sunset Lover (Melanie Flintoft) to talk about the future of South Australia’s slow fashion scene. Tickets cost $25, with the pre-screening red carpet starting at 3:30pm.

Buy Tickets Here.

Stay in the loop with the latest ADL Fashion Week news online here. Follow ADL Fashion Week on Instagram here.

Review: Sunshine Super Girl

Before Evonne Goolagong became a household name, she was a young girl living on Wiradjuri land, playing tennis with her siblings with a racquet made from a wooden fruit box. Sunshine Super Girl is a heartwarming celebration of Goolagong’s tennis trajectory, her story, and the path she carved for future First Nations sportspeople.

The Performing Lines production and State Theatre Company performance runs until September 17.

When tennis sensation and Wiradjuri woman Evonne Goolagong retired in 1983, she held seven Grand Slam singles titles to her name. The impressive match record and dual Wimbledon win (almost a decade apart) cemented her legacy as a tennis sensation. But in Yorta Yorta and Gunaikurnai writer/director Andrea James’ Sunshine Super Girl, we meet Goolagong (Ella Ferris) as a three-year-old – wide-eyed and wonderful, fishing in Murrumbidgee River in a tan babydoll dress. The production (showing at the Dunstan Playhouse until September 17) is a captivating re-telling of Goolagong’s highs, lows and career-defining moments that unfold on a tennis court stage.

From the moment she finds her first tennis ball in the back of the family car, Ferris’ performance captures the child-like energy and curiosity of the young girl “from the bush” who falls fast into the elite world of professional tennis. When the Goolagong family move to the small wheat town of Barellan, she discovers the War Memorial tennis courts are directly behind her house. The excitement amongst Evonne and her two siblings (Kirk Page and Katina Olsen) is palpable, as the trio play choreographic renditions of rallies, tournaments and state-wide competitions to the familiar thump of a tennis ball. With the support of the wider Barellan community, Goolagong receives coaching and car rides to tournaments, borrows tennis shoes and racquets, and plays state-wide junior competitions. She’s discovered by coach Vic Edwards (Page) at a training camp to train in Sydney – marking the beginning of the tennis star’s meteoric rise. 

The ensemble takes on a dizzying array of different characters that shape Goolagong’s story. We meet lovingly fierce parents Melinda and Kenny (Jax Compton, Lincoln Elliot), coach Edwards, the besotted Roger Cawley (her now husband) and countless community members and court opponents. The sense of community cultivated on stage keeps Goolagong headstrong, determined, and afloat, culminating in Cawley’s adoration and support for his wife upon her triumphant “Super Mum” win at Wimbledon 1980.

The simple set design – a court made from projected tram lines, metal benches and two umpire chairs – helps move the story across the globe. From Barellan’s clay courts to coach Edward’s prim Sydney home, the lush lawns of Wimbledon and a colourful 70s disco, projections transform the appearance of the stage. The faultless performance, ever-changing characters and stage design results in an absorbing piece of theatre that seamlessly stretches over three decades. 

Matches against some of the most famed players (think Margret Court and Chris Evert) unfold as stylised dances, as the all-First Nations cast perform pirouettes, pas de deux and contemporary moves in place of a rally. But the addition of dance doesn’t feel overdone or out of place. It appears as a competitive battle between players, as they run, dive and jump for the ball. The choreography, devised by movement coach Katina Olsen, captures the technical skill needed to beat an opponent and elevates the narration of Sunshine Super Girl.

Goolagong’s love for tennis never falters, but as her stardom grows, the cultural politics, unwanted sexual harassment from coach Edwards and the media’s hyper-fixation on her Aboriginality often punctures the cheerful nature of the play. Discussions of the Freedom Ride, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy and the Apartheid unfold amongst Goolagong and her peers, as they label her an “honourary white” for skipping protests to play.

There’s an opportunity for the story to shift into a more serious tone – yet it doesn’t. Despite the adversity, sexism and racial fetishization Goolagong experiences, she never loses her drive for tennis. She says the court is her platform to fight for equal rights, as she wins tournaments for those excluded from the elitist sport. Ferris’ does a remarkable job of continuing the wide-eyed wonderment of young Goolagong throughout the 90-minute play.

Sunshine Super Girl is a loving tribute to Goolagong that captures her essence and energy for tennis, set against a historically turbulent time. It’s an engaging and educational story, delivered with heart and a drive to inspire the next generation of First Nations sportspeople. 

As we leave Goolagong on the Dunstan Playhouse stage, she reflects on her career, successes and the barriers she had to break. When she questions how a young Wiradjuri girl who learnt to play tennis with a wooden fruit box racquet became World No. 1, she answers “Why me? Why not.” 

Sunshine Super Girl is performing at the Dunstan Playhouse until September 17. Purchase tickets here.

What’s On this Weekend

Grenache Fest: Adelaide Wine Markets | September 10

The Adelaide Wine Markets are back – and this time, it’s Grenache getting its moment in the spotlight. Taking over the Market Shed on Holland, more than 25 boutique SA winemakers will be popping up at the wine-fuelled evening. Try tipples of Grenache and other wine varieties from the likes of Purple Hands Wines, Thistledown and Dandelion Vineyards, listen to live acoustic music or graze on gourmet food. Tickets ($39) include a take-home tasting glass and access to wine flights. Driving? Purchase a $10 designated driver ticket and join the fun.

Find out more here.

The Royal Adelaide Show | Until September 11

The Royal Adelaide Show is back, returning to the Showgrounds with a jam-packed program perfect for the entire family. Celebrate the best of the rural industries with cattle shows and farm experiences, taste artisan produce or feel the thrill on the sky-high rollercoasters and rides. At night, ride the Ferris Wheel, watch the monster trucks and catch the RAA firework show. It’s the last weekend to embrace the Royal Show fun – and after a two-year hiatus, it’s a celebration well-deserved. 

Find out more here.

Sunshine Super Girl | Until September 17

Before Evonne Goolagong became a household name, she was a young girl living on Wiradjuri land, playing tennis with her siblings on a racket made from a wooden fruit box. Learn Evonne’s story in Sunshine Super Girl, the Performing Lines Production that tracks her meteoric rise in the tennis world, the triumph and hardships she faced, and her unrelenting love for the sport, her Country and her family. Underpinned by the cultural politics of the time, see Evonne receive her first tennis racket, win Wimbledon and find love in the heartwarming yet poignant play. Sunshine Super Girl is showing in the Dunstan Playhouse at the Adelaide Festival Centre until September 17.  

Find out more here.

Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition | All of September

While the Vatican City is many miles away, a slice of the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo’s famed work has found its way to Adelaide, with a unique pop-up art exhibition taking place in Rundle Place. The replica life-size artwork allows you to see the renaissance painting away from the crowds, get close to Michelangelo’s renowned detailed design, and take photos of the artwork – which is banned in the Sistine Chapel. A must-visit for art and history lovers, and those who haven’t had the opportunity to yet jet off to Rome! Tickets start at $30.20 for adults.

Find out more here.

Hahndorf Handmade Handcrafted Handpicked | All of September

Experience the best of the Adelaide Hills with the month-long festival, Hahndorf Handmade Handcrafted, taking place in the heart of the historic village. Over 300 artisan events and experiences will take place in September along Hahndorf’s Main Street and its surrounds, including cocktail masterclasses, wine blending experiences and DIY apple strudel lessons. This weekend, learn how to create your own Coco Marie clay mask or make homemade gnocchi in a cooking class with new Italian restaurant II Mulino. Plenty of fun for the entire family!

Find out more here.

Wedding Directory

Your wedding day is a big deal. There are vows to be said, cakes to cut and a first dance to be had. And a lot of planning goes into making your big day as magical as possible.

From celebrants to locations, catering and music – we’ve selected our favourite producers in South Australia to help make your wedding day one to remember.


Elegant / Edgy/ Carefree / Flowing

Adelaide, South Australia

Kitchen + Catering by Sam

Catering / Events/ Versatility / Excellence

Behind The Veil Music

Soloists / DJs/ Duos / Strings

Laser Hair Removal

Laser Hair Removal / Hydrafacial/ Registered Nurse / Two Locations

Shop 16/13 – 23 Unley Road, Parkside
Shop 1/61 Tapleys Hill Road, Glenelg North

Amber Stephens Hair Artistry

Hair Styling / Bridal/ Events / Effortless & Glam


Loved Up Weddings

Celebrant / Joy Spreader/ Storyteller / Love Legaliser


Evelyn Rowe Bridal

Gowns / Elegant/ Affordable / Ready-To-Wear

49a Farnham Road, Ashford

Mazzucchelli’s Jewellers

Engagement & Wedding Rings/ Bridal Jewellery / Bridesmaid Gifts


Hilton Adelaide

Luxurious / Unique/ Elegant / Unforgettable

233 Victoria Square, Adelaide

House On Haines

Event Space / Picturesque/ Stunning Grounds / Unique

1 Haines Road, Tea Tree Gully

Krystal Function Centre

Sensational Food/ Glamorous / Modern Luxe

7 Church Street, Port Adelaide

The Lost Florist

Whimsical / Abundant/ Romantic / Lush

Jurlique Celebrates its 11th Tree Planting Day

Helping to regenerate the Adelaide Hills landscape, Jurlique is planting native trees on their farm this September 9 as part of their sustainability initiatives. It’s its 11th annual Tree Planting Day, which has helped plant more than 12,000 trees since 2012.

More than 100 team members will help plant the trees using the Miyawaki Method – a reforestation technique by Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki. The method help trees reportedly grow ten times faster, creating a self-sustaining forest. The mini forest developed using the Miyawaki Method generates 100 times more biodiversity, helping to ‘greenify’ city landscapes, reduce urban heat, improve soil health, reduce carbon emissions and provide natural habitats.

In Australia, only a few forests have already been established using the Miyawaki Method, and the Jurlique mini forest will be the first of its kind in South Australia. This year, Jurlique has also collaborated with the University of Adelaide to find the best practice for rapid urban greening. The forest covers approximately 300 square metres and hosts more than 1000 native plants – sequestering more than 250 kilograms of CO2 annually, the same emissions produced when driving from Adelaide to Sydney. As the forest grows, Jurlique hopes to welcome students and community members to learn about the Miyawaki method and its horticultural practices.

Since 2012, the planted tree has helped reduce Jurlique’s carbon footprint, while protecting its organically-grown botanicals. The tree planting initiative is part of Jurlique’s commitment to the planet and its wider mission to develop skincare using only biodynamic products, highlighting the effects of natural-based skincare.

Read more about Jurlique’s journey and sustainability efforts online at, and stay up to date with them Instagram and Facebook.

Trends to Live By

Wishart Jewellers have been in business for nearly 70 years, hand-crafting timeless jewellery pieces that last a lifetime.

The third generational family-owned and operated business prides itself on providing quality design, craftsmanship and customer service. But, they’re also ahead of the game with the latest trending styles – helping you find your forever ring that’s personal yet timeless.

We asked co-owner Daniel Wishart for some expert advice on the latest ring trends this spring:

Coloured Stones

Coloured stones marry stunning simplicity with a vibrant edge as the colour of the metal and diamonds complement the hue of the centrepiece gem. “Coloured stones are making a huge comeback,” says Daniel. “I love them (and always have).”

A long list of Royals don coloured stones in their engagement rings, wedding bands and day-to-day jewellery. Kate Middleton’s engagement ring – and previously, Princess Diana’s – is a Ceylon sapphire set, surrounded by white gold and solitaire diamonds, and Megan Markle wears a cushion cut yellow diamond.

Our pick? The 18ct white gold aquamarine and diamond ring from Wishart is a favourite (pictured above). Otherwise, we fancy the hand-crafted 18c yellow 6-claw gold diamond engagement ring ($RRP $13,250).

Diamond Clusters

Diamond clusters not only look beautiful, but they help boost the overall appearance of your ring, enhancing the size and letting the centre stone shine. For diamond clusters, Daniel recommends choosing an oval or pear shape cut for the centrepiece.

“They look fantastic. This would be one of my top requests for engagement rings,” says Daniel. “These styles are influenced by designers in the USA.”

Wedding Bands

While classic cuts will always hold a place in jewellery design, Daniel says that people have begun to shy away from simple wedding bands in favour of carved shapes and stacked styles. Brides routinely seek mixed metal shades and differing diamond shapes to stack their engagement and wedding ring. 

“These are not your standard round diamonds,” says Daniel. “[The trend] comes from people trying new styles against their engagement ring.”

Since 1953, the Glenelg-based jewellers have offered a personalised service for those searching for innovative design, quality cuts and craftsmanship. While the luxe level of jewellery speaks for itself, the Wishart team has more than 150 combined years of experience – so you know you’re working with some of the industry’s best. 

Find Wishart Jewellers at 103 Jetty Road, Glenelg 
08 8295 1345


Anti-ageing to your door, that’s what you get at Bellafache. We chat to founder Natasha Dempsey to find out more.

Away from the bright white lights of cosmetic clinics, Bellafache is an at-home injectable service, tightening and brightening skin from the privacy of peoples living rooms. Treating yourself to a bit of skin TLC has never been so easy.

Founder Natasha Dempsey combined her years of nursing expertise with her artistic interest in cosmetics when she launched Bellafache. The unique concept brings beauty to you, offering non-surgical dermal fillers, anti-ageing injections, skin boosters and more.

“I was a ‘hospital at home’ community district nurse before becoming a cosmetic injector,” says Natasha. “I saw a gap in the market to provide an injectable service in the home.”

Bellafache erases the stress of a busy schedule and sagging skin with its simple yet expert service. There’s no waiting around, unfamiliar settings or pesky skin insecurities with a visit from Natasha.

Over time, our skin and bone structure diminish, losing elasticity and resulting in wrinkles and jowls. Well-placed dermal filler helps re-build the skin’s appearance by replenishing structural fat pads, while non-surgical injectables smooth and tighten the superficial skin layer. Bellafache’s tailored service boosts your natural beauty, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

“I believe in a holistic approach,” she says.“Structure and quality are both important components to healthy skin.” Natasha’s clients include people in their 20s wanting to prevent fine lines and plump lips to those in their 60s and 70s.

“Some higher risk injectables should only be performed in a clinic, but I always assess and consult first before deciding where treatments should safely be given.”

As Bellafache grows, the popular service is set to include PDO threads and poly-L-lactic acid injections as part of its at-home service. For those searching for in-store services, you can also find Natasha at selected cosmetic clinics across Adelaide and rural SA. As for do-it-yourself care, Natasha recommends daily sunscreen, hydration, quality skincare and peels to stem the appearance of age and boost brightness.

Prefer a salon experience? If in-salon is more your thing, you can find Natasha at the following skincare clinics:

Brazilian Beauty | North Adelaide

HER town | Glenelg

Brighton Beauty | Brighton

Soul Beauty | Whyalla

Tanique Beauty Bar | Aberfoyle Park
@bellafache @tash_cosmetic_injector

Engagement Ring Trends

Coloured stones, fancy cut diamonds and vintage-inspired designs are back – the experts at Mazzucchelli’s Jewellers tell us what we need to know about the very latest in engagement ring trends.

Triology Designs

The trilogy setting is back, celebrating past, present and future. De Beers Forever mark are the creators of a selection of spectacular multi-diamond rings that you will love. Every Forever mark diamond undergoes a journey of rigorous selection, which is why less than one percent of the world’s diamonds receive a Forever mark inscription. Every
diamond is inscribed with a promise that is beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced.

Coloured Stones

Coloured gemstones aren’t going anywhere. Timeless, elegant and elaborate, the iconic blue sapphire, which is a symbol of faithfulness and everlasting love, is perfectly paired with diamonds in The Vera Wang Love collection, available exclusively at Mazzucchelli’s.


Don’t have a sentimental heirloom piece that’s been handed down? Don’t worry, you can get that same classic antique-style by choosing an elegant vintage-inspired ring. Mazzucchelli’s exclusive Halo Collection brings together modern designs with a vintage twist –each piece has also been responsibly sourced and is GIA certified.

Fancy Cut Diamonds

Fancy cut diamonds make a statement. The ring shape you select says a lot about you. Round brilliant cut rings appeal to those who are sentimental, oval cuts are perfect for on-trend brides, princess cut appeals to a modern bride, pear cuts embrace femininity and are ideal for those who want to stand out from the crowd, while emerald cuts signify a strong, bold personality.

Stacked Bands

Fashion-forward brides are getting in on the jewellery stacking trend. Mazzucchelli’s have a beautiful selection of delicately crafted wedding bands and stackable rings to complement your special engagement ring (like this solitaire engagement ring from their Promise collection).


A gleaming platinum band is the perfect complement to a shining diamond, but its lustre isn’t the only reason it remains so popular. Mazzucchelli’s beautifully designed, aristocracy-inspired Royale collection features higher settings and every piece is filled with brilliance, fire and scintillation. Every piece also has its own unique stamp, with a secret ruby embedded on the shank.

Find out more about choosing the perfect forever ring in the latest issue of South Australian Style online or in print. Visit a Mazzucchelli’s near you to see their stunning stock in store, or or book an appointment with a diamonds expert here. Follow them on Instagram and Facebook.

A Winter Seaside Staycation

Rolling waves, sky-high pine trees and ample shopping opportunities, the Bay is inviting, even in winter. So, eat, drink and stay local with a staycation at one of Adelaide’s favourite city beaches.


Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park

Discover the best of the Bay with a stay at Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park. The location is the perfect base camp for your staycation, with the Seacliff Hotel and Brighton Jetty a leisurely stroll away.

Stamford Grand Adelaide Hotel

Seaside meets luxury with a stay at the Stamford Grand. With the busy precinct on your doorstep, you’re in the ideal position to bar hop and shop along Jetty Road, Glenelg. Visit The Moseley’s winter igloos and soak up the ocean ambience.

Oaks Glenelg Plaza Pier –Resorts – Suites

The self-contained one, two and three-bedroom apartments have a kitchen and laundry that make your stylish stay convenient. See the sunset over the ocean or choose a room with a balcony over looking the park.


Marina Pier

Head out for an evening at Glenelg’s restaurant and entertainment precinct, Marina Pier. Indulge at fine-dining waterfront restaurants like Seafire on the Marina and Luciano’s. Shuck fresh oysters at the Oyster Bar and carry on the evening with a cocktail at tapas bar, Junipers on the Marina. During the day, pamper yourself at the Nail and Beauty Bar and sip wine at the Marina Sunset Bar.


Everybody loves pub grub. The Seacliff serves up a classic chicken schnitzel with a side of stunning coastline. Nestled on the Seacliff foreshore, spend the afternoon spoiling yourself on seafood, cocktails and ice-cold pints of beer while overlooking the sea.

The Broadway

Boasting bustling shops, cafés and restaurants, this strip is a must-visit coastal destination. Treat yourself to loaded pancakes while brunching at Seafaring Fools, splurge in retail therapy at Trading on Broadway or peruse the shelves of secondhand books at Mockingbird Lounge.

Glenelg to Seacliff Coastal Walk

Soak up the sun-drenched scenery as you meander the Glenelg to Seacliff walk this season. Enjoy the winter sun, café pit-stops, sculptures, historical buildings and coastal views as you traverse the six-kilometre route.

Glenelg to Somerton Park

The coastline journey starts in SA’s seaside suburb, Glenelg. See the charming Seafield Tower and follow the Esplanade’s row of historical mansions before a coffee stop at the Broadway Kiosk. Marvel at the towering yachts at the Somerton Yacht Club and let the little ones blow off steam at the John Miller Reserve Playground.

Distance: 2.7 kilometres Time:34 minutes (plus stops)

Somerton Park to Brighton

Continue to the Minda Coast Park, a 500-metre long paved journey through the two remaining metropolitan Minda dunes, which hold cultural importance to the Kaurna People. Stop to take in the sweeping coastline views and native fauna along the trail before hitting Wattle Reserve. Arriving at your second destination, refuel with a bite to eat a long Brighton’s Jetty Road. Boasting beloved cafés like C.R.E.A.M and Alimentary Eatery, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Distance:1.7 kilometres Time:21 minutes (plus stops)

Brighton to Seacliff

Taking off on the final leg of the trip, stop to see the many sculptures along Brighton’s coastline. Travel through beachfront reserves, spot dolphins and see individuals braving the cool water. Devour hot chips from Oceans Seafood food truck and conclude the walk at the Seacliff Surf Life Saving Club. Craving more coastline? Continue onto the Kingston Park Coastal Reserve lookout atop the cliffs and see the seaside stretch you have conquered.

Distance:2.1 kilometres Time:26 minutes (plus stops)