A small coastal town that’s brimming with beauty

Shh! Known as one of Adelaide’s best kept secrets, this teensy coastal town is home to some of the best views, activities and eateries. A long stretch of white sand and gentle waves make for a perfect family beach where a boogie board is a must!

Goolwa Beach, Credit: Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism/South Australian Tourism Commission Photographer: Johnny-Janusz Kamma

Surf & Sun Lessons / Hire

Surf & Sun are a licensed surf school with Surfing Australia operating award winning adventure based activities in South Australia.

Also, there’s no need to worry if you come to the beach without bringing your own surfing equipment because the Surf & Sun shop and our mobile trailers will accommodate you if you want to hire surf boards, wetsuits, Stand-up Paddle boards, snorkel equipment and even a fleet of bikes.

Moana/Seaford - Renee Clark

Moana Sands Conservation Park

Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park is home to a diverse range of rare plants and features an impressive backdrop of sand dunes and remnant coastal vegetation.

Look out for painted dragons, skinks, honeyeaters, brown goshawks, dotterels and the rare hooded plover.

Moana - Renee Clark

Deep Blue Café

A laid-back beachfront venue with colourful décor and outdoor seating. The perfect spot for brekkie, lunch, dinner or even a takeaway ice cream for your walk along the dreamy beach.

Duke's Cafe Moana

Duke’s Café

You can’t get much closer to beachfront dining than at Duke’s Café. Owned and run by Moana Surf Life Saving Club you’ll find amazing brekkie & brunch meals as well as coffee, house made cakes. Pop in for dinner on a friday night or pick up a take home meal.

There’s also vego & vegan options!

Patrolled Beach

Patrolled by the local Surf Life Saving Club from November through to March, Moana is a great family beach.