Normanville is a small rural town near the coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. It is situated next to the mouth of the Bungala River.
It is 1 km (0.5 miles) from the Carrickalinga, which has lovely beaches and is a popular beach holiday destination.
Beachside Normanville has become a mecca for many holiday makers because of its close proximity to Adelaide. It’s just one of the peaceful and picturesque coastal hamlets to be found along the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Normanville boasts a safe swimming beach with expanses of white sand, a jetty to amble along, and a charming beachside cafe and store. Normanville is great for swimming, fishing and beach activities. Families enjoy staying at the friendly beachside caravan parks. It’s a fantastic base to discover the delights of the region, including the wildlife, country markets, galleries, or just making castles on the sand.
The town is 75 kilometres south of Adelaide. Mr Robert Norman planned the town in 1835 and gave it his name.