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tony hart

hallett cove or sheidow park

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hello every1 looking for a bit advice on hallett cove and sheidow park, like the look of both but is 1 any better than the other? also how far is it away to the 1st decent sandy beach ie glenelg, or are there more and how far, were a family of 4, 2 boys aged 6 and 1 any feedback would be great

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Hi Tony

I will move your post to the SA section, it may also be worth posting on the http://www.pomsinadelaide.com forum


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hello every1 looking for a bit advice on hallett cove and sheidow park, like the look of both but is 1 any better than the other? also how far is it away to the 1st decent sandy beach ie glenelg, or are there more and how far, were a family of 4, 2 boys aged 6 and 1 any feedback would be great

Hi Tony, If you are at either location its only a 5 minute drive to seacliffe, Brighton, Hove all of which are much nicer than Glenelg from a less commercialsed point of view. In the other direction you have Christies Beach, Noarlunga, Seaford, Moana and Maslins all lovely beaches with different aspects to them, just discover them all!!

Moana and Maslins are further away but worth the drive and still not at all out of the way on the week end beautiful part is that they are not busy and you dont have to fight for space!! I personally think there are really nice parts to both of the areas you are looking at but Sheidow may be a little quieter?

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