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Distance & Driving times from major cities

Adelaide
40 mins 45km

 
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Closest City:
Adelaide
City Distance:
45 km
Closest Airport:
Adelaide
Airport Distance:
48 kms

Winter activities: scuba diving, surfing, fishing, boating, bush walking, whale watching, wine tasting, bird watching, horse riding
Summer activities: swimming, scuba diving, fishing, surfing, boating, snorkeling, bush walking, bird watching, mountain biking, horse riding, wine tasting, alfresco dining.
 

 

 

 

 
         
         
           
 
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 About Maslin Beach

Maslin beach became the first nudist beach in Australia in 1975 and hosts the “Nude Olympics” in January each year. Maslin Beach has a protected cove, high cliff face and long expanse of clean white sand. Only the Southern end of Maslin Beach offers nude bathing which means that the resort of Maslin Beach offers bathing facilities for those who would rather keep their clothes on.

The clean waters along the coast at Maslin Beach means that dolphins can be seen frolicking almost daily and will sometimes come close to the beach.

Environment

Maslin Beach along with its neighbouring suburbs of McLaren Vale, Willunga, Aldinga Beach and Port Willunga, have spectacular views with gently rolling plains that run to coastal cliffs. The coastal cliffs at Maslin beach, have some of the most beautiful environments along the southern coast. Unique geological formation can be found in the cliffs and their appearance changes depending on the weather.

The area is dominated by Mallee Box , Tea-trees, She oak and saltbush which provide habitats for local bird life.

Things to do

Maslin Beach and the surrounding areas offer visitors a wealth of activities.

Picnics
There are several parklands and reserves in the area which have picnic and playground facilities as well as the numerous beaches which offer a splendid environment to enjoy either a romantic picnic for two or a family outing.

Sports
There are numerous sports complexes which have ovals, tennis courts and cricket pitches. Tracks for walkers, mountain bikes and horse riding are located around the area as well as skate and BMX facilities.

Obviously the Maslin Beach area offers numerous opportunities for water sports enthusiasts including swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, fishing and sailing.

Climate

The area has a Mediterranean style climate with an annual rainfall of approximately 500mm or 20 inches. The majority of rain is received from May to September.

Average winter temperatures 10-18 degrees celsius
Average summer temperatures 24-35 degrees celsius

Accommodation

Maslin Beach offers a wide range of accommodation types including charming guesthouses, self contained beach houses and cottages and bed and breakfasts.

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