Second Valley, Little Beach, South Australia, about an hour and a half drive from downtown Adelaide, the water is crystal clear, a great place to snorkel, and many people fishing at JETTY to experience cliff diving.
The blue sea always makes people look particularly relaxed. There are not many tourists here, but the environment of this beach is still very good. Many locals will come here by car.
[Scenery] The environment here feels good, it feels really comfortable, it feels great, I must come here next time, it feels pretty good
A niche place in Australia, super fairy natural pool beach! The second season of his wife's romantic travel took off Western Australia, but South Australia actually hides a lot of beautiful scenery. Today I will share with you the 3 small beaches and private natural pools in South Australia. 1. Second Valley Beach This beach is absolutely private, located in the southwest of the Phil Peninsula. The entrance to the beach is a delicate sandy beach where locals like to swim and sunbathe. A short walk to the right, the natural rock pool (Rock Pool) is hidden here. The pool is surrounded by rocks and slowly formed by the waves. The underwater is covered with cascading rocks, super beautiful! The clear blue waters, surrounded by nature, just take a shot, you will be the big V of the millions of friends circle! Coordinates Finniss Vale Drive, Second Valley, South Australia 5204, Australia. It is about an hour and a half drive from Adelaide’s city centre. 2. Greenly Beach is surrounded by cliffs and is a popular swimming and surfing mecca. Suitable for wearing a bikini to spend a relaxing and romantic seaside holiday here. There is a natural sandstone swimming pool on the beach, and the sea water seeps out of the sand surface, forming a small salty "sea". Looking down from the sky, it is like a natural bathtub, beautiful and magical! Coordinates 24-26 London St, Port Lincoln, South Australia 5606, Australia is about an hour’s drive from Port Lincoln~ 3. Smoky Bay is located on the west coast of the Eyre Peninsula, where there is an amazing natural rock pool Talia (Talia caves). The clear sea water faintly reveals the emerald green color, just like precious emeralds embedded in the rocks. Put on your swimsuit and jump into the water and enjoy the cool embrace of nature. The blue sky and the green water are set against each other, and you can swim leisurely. You won't get tired of soaking in it for a day! Coordinates Smoky Bay, South Australia 5680, Australia is about half an hour’s drive from Seduna Airport~ [Tips] Please check the weather conditions before you travel, and be sure to protect yourself from the sun; please do not dive in the natural pool without authorization; it is recommended to wear brightly colored swimsuits , Both photogenic and safe.
Going to Australia for the summer|The most beautiful scenery of the beautiful niche coastal attractions is on the road. The most memorable thing in South Australia is the little beautiful "Second Valley Jetty Natural Rock Pool" that I passed by on the road. This beach is definitely private. Level, you can’t find it in other travel guides. Located near the Second Valley Jetty in the southwest of the Phil Peninsula, the entrance is also a delicate beach. You can see many locals basking in the sun and swimming. Just saw this rocky beach very similar to Coffin Bay! The Rockpool rock pool I was looking for is probably right here! The so-called natural rock swimming pool is a swimming pool surrounded or half-surrounded by rocks. It is very hot in ins and covered with cascading rocks under the water. It is super invincible and beautiful! The setting sun on the way back to Ade from "Cummings Monument" was super beautiful. When passing by the Cummings Monument, the sunset was so beautiful that it exploded. The sun shone on the loose cliff wall like a layer of gold. The pink salt lake and the golden Cummings Monument is opposite the salt lake under the pink sunset, which is really beautiful. The beach "Greenly Beach" is an open beach. There is no time limit without tickets. Near Coffin Bay National Park, the cliff-linked beach can be walked down from above. The gradual water is especially beautiful! "Coffin Bay Coffin Bay National Park" has the most unique coastal scenery in South Australia, from ancient granite, limestone and sandstone cliffs to long beaches covered with white sand. After entering from the entrance, you will see a sign with a view point. At first there are several observation decks. The beauty of the scenery depends on the weather, but the deeper you go, you will see a very charming and spectacular scene, blue and green The sea, the milky white sandy beach, and the cliffs.
Just loved this swimming location, very family friendly! The jetty is great for a walk or spot of fishing and this beach is great for diving too.
Beautiful beach surrounded by spectacular cliffs and coastline. You can easily explore the colourful rocks that would excite any geography teacher (bless you Mr Edwards).
We return here for a visit after many years. An easy sealed road gives access from the main highway, and there is limited car parking by the beach. The relatively small beach has sand and rocks, an...
Still love this great beach and charming area. A shame the boat houses are gone but progress will happen. Stunning views all around.
The beach and water are pristine. It’s a small beach so gets a bit crowded quickly. Rocks around the beach offer shade depending on time of day. We were there on a busy Saturday afternoon and we’re st...