A BRILLIANT BLEND
South Australia (SA) boasts more than 5,000 kilometres of coastline. It’s quite unique and considerably different from the rest of the country. As well as an extensive shoreline fronting ocean water, SA has two gulfs – Spencer and St Vincent – which are essentially vast, shallow inlets. It’s on and around these gulfs that most boating and fishing takes place.
Happily, SA’s boating facilities are now generally first class. Small, but well-equipped marinas have sprung up in most coastal regional centres and there’s high-quality infrastructure in place for boaters of all persuasions. SA is no longer the poor relative when it comes to cruising, long-range fishing or inshore watersports.