Hallet Cove is far away from the city and has not yet been developed as a professional tourist attraction, but it is Australia’s most outstanding geological and archaeological site. The magnificent icy rock face and the northern cliff top are considered to be The best record of glaciation in the Permian.
We went in August. The weather is very good. The more you go, the more charming. The stones here are very historic and the shapes are also beautiful. The beach is a rocky beach with lots of rocks of various shapes. The sea is clear and salty.
The stones are beautiful in color, and the trails are easy to repair. We entered from the entrance of the cafe on the south side. It was a few minutes. There were a lot of clouds on the day and the weather was very hot at the end of December, so we didn't stay long.
This beach is very big and you can see the sea here. There is a deep blue which is beautiful like sapphire.
Hallet Cove is an area south of Adelaide. Its coastline is very beautiful and the water is blue. A very beautiful beach, but it is full of pebbles, and there are many houses behind it. Compared with the glenelg beach, it is less famous and more peaceful. It is especially suitable for watching the sunset in the evening.