Whiteport - Port Willunga, Beach, South Australia

Whiteport - Port Willunga, Beach, South Australia


Aug 2019

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Escape the hustle and bustle and come on over - relax in the peace and tranquillity that is Port Willunga!

This large and modern light filled and well appointed seaside getaway is set in the sought after Old Survey area, just a couple of minutes stroll from the beautiful white sands of Port Willunga beach. It offers stunning views and is only a few hundred metres from access to the pristine swimming beach and the "Star of Greece" cafe.

Featuring a huge front deck for alfresco dining and relaxing while enjoying the views, it is decorated with quality modern furniture, bedding and appliances.

The landscaped garden provides a sheltered haven for outdoor activities and undercover parking is provided.

Set in peaceful surroundings, Whiteport is ideal for 2 families, as it contains two separate living rooms (upstairs and downstairs) and large bedrooms which can accommodate up to ten people in pure comfort. It is certainly the ideal holiday destination all year round.

Entertaining is made easy with a large open plan living area upstairs, with superb views and direct access to the balcony from the living area, dining area and master bedroom.

This executive holiday residence provides you with the ultimate experience in beach living and just some of the features include:

- Gorgeous open plan living areas with HD LCD TVs and dvd players
- Reverse-cycle air conditioning throughout
- Outdoor setting on huge deck with gas barbeque
- Fully equipped kitchen with premium appliances inc dishwasher and microwave
- Ample supplies of quality crockery, cutlery, glassware, serving platters and bowls and cooking equipment
- Full bathroom including a large bath servicing the downstairs living room and bedrooms
_ Full bathroom upstairs en-suite to master bedroom
- Separate toilet and washroom servicing living room upstairs
- Quality bed linens with natural fibres
- Washing machine and laundry facilities
Free NBN broadband WIFI

As the property is professionally managed a cleaning fee will be payable and I will need to check availability with my caring property manager.

Sleeping Configuration

This property accommodates up to 10 people in 4 bedrooms and would suit 1 or 2 families:
- Master bedroom with queen sized bed, balcony access and full ensuite
- Second bedroom with queen sized bed
- Third bedroom with single bed and bunks
- Fourth bedroom with single bed and bunks

Local Attractions

Nestled on the beach in the heart of the famous Southern Vales wine region, the area offers the best of the coast and country and yet is an easy 45 minute drive from the heart of Adelaide.

This seaside haven is framed by the rolling Mt Lofty Ranges, offering sweeping vistas that are carpeted by verdant vineyards with splashes of olive groves.

With its protective reef shelf to the south and a broad bay on Gulf St Vincent, the area was once all about sailing ships but is now all sea change and holiday houses high on the limestone cliffs.

A variety of beach experiences are on your doorstep from the sheltered cove and surfing breaks of Port Willunga, the family friendly drive-on stretch of golden sand from Aldinga Beach to Sellicks, the fishing and divers delight of the reef, or the nudist beach at nearby Maslins.

While the green and blue gulf waters below the cliffs mean lazy days on the beach for most, the area is also a focus for diving with a unique Aquatic Reserve established in the waters off the beach to protect a rare reef formation.

This quaint village of Port Willunga is also a stones throw from the multitude of award winning wineries and renowned restaurants (Star of Greece, the new Cube at D’arenberg, Saltbush, Russell's, The Victory Hotel, The Salopian Inn and The Barn among many others) coffee shops, organic produce, farmers markets, bakeries, galleries and antique shops that permeate the nearby Southern Vales.

As South Australia's best kept secret, the area offers the best of summer family holidays, winter getaways with wine tasting beside crackling fires, golfing, or even hang-gliding or flying for the more adventurous.

Once you have visited the fabulous Fleurieu Peninsula you'll just keep coming back!


More about us

  1. I have been married to Kym since 1996 and live together with our teenage son, Jameson, two Labradoodles and two Persian cats.

    We grow some grapes, a few black Angus cattle and our own vegetables on our property in the beautiful Adelaide Hills in South Australia.

    My work is predominantly managing our beach holiday rental houses, located on the gorgeous Fleurieu Peninsula, about an hours drive from our home.

    I am passionate about gardening and travel, both of which I have been lucky enough to indulge in. We regularly trip to Europe and always include time in the United Kingdom, France and Italy, usually sightseeing by bicycle. We have also enjoyed exploring many regions in Asia.

  2. My preference is to be outdoors, and I enjoy cycling, kayaking, hiking and paddle boarding (not very well!).

  3. I'm more fun than that....

    I adore spending time with friends and family at home, or passing an afternoon at one of the many wineries in our local area. Catching up for a coffee, breakfast out on Saturday mornings after gym, a movie and dinner, or the beach - always on the radar!

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Where is it?


Port Willunga is one of the most popular and most spectacular beaches in South Australia (and one of the most photographed). Its soft sandy beach is overlooked by cliffs where fishermen once carved out caves to store their boats and nets, which are now greatly valued as a pleasant family haven and shade from the scorching summer sun. These days the closest some people get to the local squid and garfish is in the popular Star of Greece restaurant overlooking the beach.

The rotting timbers of the remains of the Star of Greece, a three masted, iron cargo ship, wrecked here in 1888, provide a poignant reminder of the storms that can sometimes disturb this normally placid coastline.

Port Willunga is only 45 kilometres from Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia.

Buzzy restaurants
Star of Greece - up market restaurant t right on the cliffs at Port Willunga
Cool bars
Many local wineries and cellar doors, wine tasting and local produce.
Cozy cafés
Rosie’s at Adinga, Maxwells Organic Cafe, Homegrain Bakery
Retail therapy
Local supermarkets, surf shops, clothing and amenities
Bit of culture
Art galleries, ruins, local crafts, wine and produce.
Walks in the park
Gorgeous beach walks, bike paths and the Linear Trail on the doorstep
Spot of exercise
Bike paths, kayaking, paddle boarding and swimming all at Port Willunga Beach.
Day tripping
Local wineries, farmer’s markets, restaurants, pubs, cafes and stunning beaches all within a stones throw!

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