This self guided walk enables you to go your own pace and visit some of the most iconic mansions in Glenelg.
By the mid-1880s, the sand dunes of Glenelg’s esplanade had long given way to the summer residences of the prominent and wealthy of South Australia. Previously known as Albert Parade, and then Seawall, South Esplanade was once a promenade of magnificent Victorian mansions and summer gardens. With time, these mansions slowly began to occupy land beyond the dunes morphing Glenelg’s streets into a suburb of character and charm.
Walk during is 45 minutes.
Brochures available within the Information Centre at the Bay Discovery Centre, 1 Moseley Square, Glenelg.