Sellicks Beach

A sleepy yet stunning coastal town with magnificent rolling hills and a long stretch of coastline

Sellicks Beach is a small seaside town where the Mount Lofty Ranges meet the sea. This quiet town offers ultimate peace and quiet, making it the perfect destination for those looking to get away from the hustle & bustle to unwind. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, you’ll feel a million miles away – but you’ll still be in close proximity of renowned eateries and neighbouring towns.

Steep cliffs soon give way to a long expanse of sandy beach, which is renowned for its plentiful fishing and boat launching facilities. The beach is one of the few beaches which allows driving and parking on the sand.

nan hai pu tuo

Nan Hai Pu Tuo Temple of Australia

The Nan Hai Pu Tuo Temple Of Australia Inc. is located about 50km from the city of Adelaide. The property is about 137 acres and extends for about 3km along the coast. The temple sits on idyllic, rolling hills which sweep down to the glittering sea of turquoise blue with the brilliant blue sky forming a magnificent backdrop.

Sellicks Hill, Credit: Megan Crabb

Cactus Canyon 

A steep-sided canyon that reaches the coast 500m south of Sellicks beach. The beach extends south of the canyon for 1 km to where it merges with the boulders of Myponga beach. North of the canyon houses line the top of the 60 m high bluffs, with the best access being on foot or vehicle from Sellicks Beach.

Victory Hotel Cellar Table

Victory Hotel

The Victory Hotel is surrounded by the beautiful greenery of their vineyard and stunning Sellicks Beach nearby. The chefs make good use of the abundant local produce to create a modern Australian menu with dishes like smoked lamb rack with braised shoulder croquette, romesco sauce & green beans.