- 5 of the Best Beaches in Adelaide | SA Tourism
1 Glenelg Moseley Beach Club, Glenelg Family-friendly Glenelg is our most popular metropolitan beach It’s also the easiest to access Just hop on the tram from the city and get off at Moseley Square, just metres away from the water at Glenelg Beach Jetty Road is a bustling mix of quality cafés, clothing boutiques and restaurants
- Oaks Glenelg Liberty Suites - Adelaide, Accommodation | SA . . .
Oaks Glenelg Liberty Suites is situated in a prime location surrounded by streets of shopping, alfresco cafes, restaurants and in walking distance to the famous Jetty Road Precinct Adelaide airport is an easy 10 minute taxi ride and most attractions are only moments away
- South Australia: Places to visit and things to do . . .
South Australia has made a name for itself as a relaxed region full of wine, wildlife and natural wonder Its capital of Adelaide is home to a sophisticated art and dining scene, and the ‘Festival City’ knows how to celebrate, with a calendar full to the brim with events Beyond the capital city, undulating wine regions produce classic Australian drops, migrating whales glide along rugged
- NTFL v Glenelg 36 years on is the rebirth of . . .
Saturday night’s game is the first interstate clash for 15 years and Glenelg’s first trip north since losing to the Buffaloes in a 1985 clash at Gardens Oval
- In pictures: Aurora Borealis lights up sky above Scotland . . .
Displays of the Aurora Borealis were visible from north and north east Scotland overnight Also known as the Northern Lights, the aurora appear as shimmering waves of light when atoms in the Earth
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Glenelg Shire Population - 19,600 Size - 6,212 km² Headquarters - Portland: 17 Golden Plains Shire Population - 21,700 Size - 2,704 km² Headquarters - Bannockburn 18 Hepburn Shire Population - 15,300 Size - 1,470 km² Headquarters - Daylesford: 19 Hindmarsh Shire Population - 5,700 Size - 7,527 km² Headquarters - Nhill: 20 Rural City of
- First a win over Glenelg, now the representative horizon . . .
the NTFL's Claudia Fabris, right and Glenelg’s Taylah Scapens grimace in the wet conditions at TIO Stadium Picture GLENN CAMPBELL