The tiny cove of
Second Valley is surrounded by sheer cliffs and steep coastal ranges. It
is popular for fishing, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. Easy
walking trails enable exploration of the unique rock formations. There is
a general store and the Leonards Mill Hotel that has been restored as a
pub and restaurant.
- Good fishing from the
jetty and rocks.
- Boat ramp and marina.
- HMAS Hobart sunk
offshore between Second Valley and Normanville to create a unique
dive site and an artificial reef for marine life.
- Outstanding coastal
scenery, with spectacular cliffs, rocky headlands and secluded
beaches, which in most cases, are easily accessible.
- Prolific wildlife, with
kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, rosellas, corellas and yellow-tailed
black cockatoos never far away.
- Lots of walking trails
with some of the most rewarding sections of the world famous Heysen
Trail making its way across the Fleurieu Peninsula.
- Scores of wineries
throughout the Fleurieu.
- The Deep Creek
Conservation Park - a favourite with nature lovers,
photographers, and those who simply enjoy the peace and serenity.
- Only 10
minutes to the Cape Jervis ferry terminal taking you
to Kangaroo Island