Glenelg's main attraction is the Temptation Sailing Dolphin Swim or Watch cruises, which depart from Marina Pier, Holdfast Shores (at the end of Anzac Highway). Come aboard & experience wild bottle nose Dolphins in their element! Temptation Sailing is also available for private functions & offers 1.5hr coastal cruises.
Book direct www.dolphinboat.com.au 0412 811 838 or at the Glenelg Visitor Information Centre.
At Wigley Reserve, Glenelg - the walk to cure diabetes is were the type 1 diabetes community along with their friends, family and colleagues come together to share our hope for a cure. In the months leading up to the walk participants register online and raise funds so JDRF can support its medical research projects to cure, treat and prevent Ti diabetes
Wattle reserve, Glenelg. This event is for veteran cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles. The vehicles assemble at London Road, Mile End for a 10am departure to the CCC clubrooms at Clark Avenue, Glandore. After morning tea and a London Bun the vehicles proceed to Wattle Reserve, Brighton to be welcomed by the Mayor. Following a short ceremony we move on to Colley Reserve, Glenelg for lunch and display. The vehicles will be on display at Glenelg from 12.30pm to approximately 3.30pm
Beyond the bite of the Great White Shark. A unique photographic insight by Andrew Fox
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Glenelg Christmas Pageant. Come and celebrate our 60th anniversary with us on Sunday 16th November to welcome Santa to the Bay. The Pageant will travel along Jetty Road, Glenelg from Rose Street into Colley Terrace with pre-pageant entertainment starting from 9.30am and the main event from 10.30am. Santa will then be ready to hear all of your Christmas wishes at the end of the pageant!
Partridge House, 38 Partridge Street, Glenelg. Join in the fun whilst helping to raise money and awareness for pancreatic cancer research. SA Metropolitan Fire truck will be there, prizes, games, sausage sizzle and auction for great prizes & giveaways. ALL proceeds are donated to the pancreatic Cancer Research Foundation. Support the Hanson Institute