Maslin Beach

Another small coastal town with no shortage of stunning scenery

Quaint little ol’ Maslin Beach is home to Australia’s first official beach where clothing is optional. Being divided in half means there is a large section of the beach which is non-nudist so everyone can enjoy this magical stretch of paradise.

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Frank Hilton Reserve & Playground

Positioned high up on a cliff face the reserve overlooks the Gulf St. Vincent, offerinf 180° sea views. There’s a large lawn area, perfect for a friendly game of cricket or footy. Follow the boardwalk from the reserve down to the beach to get some sand between your toes.

You’ll also find barbecues, shelters & public toilets for your convenience.

Hidden Gem

Blanche Point Cliff Walk 

Between Port Willunga and Maslin Beach is a little cove known as Blanche Point. This ‘high up’ walk allows you breathtaking views right from the top of the cliffs that line the St Vincent Gulf waters. Starting from the sandy Star of Greece car park or Willunga Creek, navigate your way through the scrubby sands, past Lions Head point, and Chinaman Gully before reaching the extremely photogenic Blanche Point.

Wine

Ivybrook Farm Cellar Door

This quaint boutique cellar door is another of Maslin Beach’s hidden gems. You can taste the Hunt family’s minimal intervention wines inside their 1898 restored stone barn with a pizza or create your own platter. A family owned and operated vineyard that’s been passed down for five generations, you’re sure to enjoy some good conversations with one of the Hunt’s.