There is always something to see and do and plenty happening in and around Beachport. Here at Beachport Coastal Stays we provide you with the latest information to help you get the most out of your stay. See our list of the local attractions and events that are well worth a look.
This is the second longest jetty in South Australia. The Beachport Jetty used to be over 1.2kms in length, now the jetty stands at 772 metres. The Beachport Jetty area boasts some beautiful sandy beaches stretched around the bay, in addition to a number of water bodies within its vicinity.
Lake George is a salt water and freshwater lake located just 5 min drive from the coastal town of Beachport within the conservation park. The park is renowned for its pristine beaches, beautiful coastlines, and diverse flora and fauna that continue to attract nature lovers all year round.
The Canunda National Park is a significant coastal park in Australia, stretching from Southend in the north to Carpenter Rocks in the south. The Park’s coastline consists of spectacular cliffs and surf beaches. A large part of the area is accessible only to walkers and 4WD vehicles.
Mayura Station is one of Australia’s most respected and awarded luxury quality beef brands. Mayura Station’s The Tasting Room is essentially a cellar door for Wagyu Beef that has been distinctively designed to showcase and demonstrate the depth and variety of Mayura Stations Full-blood Wagyu Beef.
The Limestone Loop is a spectacular driving experience which takes travellers from Adelaide all the way down to the southern township of Mount Gambier and return. For the best experience, take 4 days to drive this loop and make sure to stop at the many natural attractions located along the way.
The Bowman Scenic Drive is a rugged coastal drive that many people undertake. The route was constructed in 1967 with a number of stages competed over the years. Walk to the Cape Martin Light House which was constructed in 1960. Make sure to stop at Backler’s Lookout and Downs Lookout for spectacular views.