Way back in 1888 a fierce storm drove the cargo ship, Star of Greece to the ocean floor off Port Willunga. Loss of life was ... More
Way back in 1888 a fierce storm drove the cargo ship, Star of Greece to the ocean floor off Port Willunga. Loss of life was severe and the tragedy remains one of South Australia's worst shipping disasters. At low tide, parts of the wreck are still visible today and the area has become a popular site for snorkellers and scuba divers. North Willunga Beach meets Maslin Beach at Blanche Point, which is noted for its cormorant colony on nearby Gull Rock. For surfers, Gull Rock can yield a commendable right-handed break.
when the tide is in you can explore the reef. Great for the whole family. There is also the caves to explore. A great place to have a picnic, a swim, or play some cricket. A wonderful place to go in summer. You can also eat lunch at the new redesigned cafe there.