Fleurieu Living Magazine

From ports to pictures

Through ever-changing trade, transport and tides, jetties stand as physical and historical pillars in the landscape. Though initially built to aid in the crucial transfer of goods between land and sea, the Fleurieu’s jetties are now mostly used for recreation. Travel the coastline today and you’ll encounter disintegrating ruins, worn wooden platforms and rebuilt structures that are now cherished landmarks of Fleurieu life, past and present.

Abounding with colourful coral and marine life, the Port Noarlunga reef is a diver’s dream, but it wasn’t always so idyllic. During the late 1800s, seafarers were at the mercy of changing winds and tides

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