Chookarloo Campground is a popular spot in Adelaide, South Australia, with its location close to the city at Kuitpo (or Ky-po as known locally) Forest. Less than an hour from the CBD, it’s an idealRead more
Adelaide has some incredible coastal destinations to explore. Enjoy all the boat trips and water activities on offer and find out more about them here with the best destination guides to get the most out of your visit.
With so much to do, from relaxing river cruises to swimming with dolphins, you’ll want to do them all!
You can also find out about how to get your boat licence in Adelaide so you can go exploring with your family and friends, without relying on someone else being the skipper!
Port Adelaide Wooden & Heritage Boat Festival, known as Port Adelaide BoatFest on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th October 2018 finally went ahead after 10 years of lobbying. With Port Adelaide Sailing Club hosting theRead more
Why Port Adelaide? Port Adelaide, South Australia may not be your typical coastal destination, but with its deep maritime history, it is the perfect place to spend a day on or by the water. AsRead more
South Australia’s ‘Yelta’ Review May 2017 As part of South Australia’s History Week that runs throughout during April and May each year, we took a trip out on the historical ‘Yelta’ which is South Australia’s last workingRead more
Applying through Service SA is probably the most straightforward and quickest way of getting your boat licence in South Australia. Booking & Application form Simply call Service SA on 13 10 84 to book toRead more
The Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia have a unique South Australian Powerboat licence course which offers a practical test to pass, instead of the usual theory. This may suit a lot of people who preferRead more
Each year, Adelaide has 2 major boat show events where you can attend a boat licence training session, then sit the test to gain your licence. They are: The SA Boating & Fishing Show – heldRead more
Adelaide has some of the best boat trips and water activities in South Australia to get you out on the water and have some great family fun. Here is a list of the top thingsRead more
The Australian Volunteer Coast Guard plays a vital role for safety at sea and provide rescues from sinking vessels, vessels that have gone aground, towing for vessels with flat batteries and mechanical issues, to moreRead more
The SA Sea Rescue Squadron, based at the Adelaide Shores boat ramp, West Beach, is part of the Volunteer Marine Rescue (VMR) Group which was set up over 50 years ago. The Squadron is committedRead more