Australian Towns & Cities
South Australia: Normanville
Incorporating photos and Information from Michael Greenslade's former Australian Towns, Cities and Highways site

Normanville is a popular seaside town located on the western shore of the Fleurieu Peninsula and at the mouth of the Bungala River. Settled in the late 1840's by Robert Norman, the town was originally a port for the local produce although when operations were eventually phased out, Normanville was by then well known for fishing and its safe beaches. Also in the surrounding areas are Wirrina Cove Resort (15km south), Leonards Mill at Second Valley and the old courthouse on Main Street.


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Norman Bay:
Overlooking Norman Bay at Normanville, July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Norman Bay:
Overlooking Norman Bay at Normanville, July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Normanville Jetty:
View of Normanville Jetty, July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Normanville Jetty:
View of Normanville Jetty, July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Town Centre:
Main Rd as it passes through the Normanville town centre, July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Main South Road:
Main South Rd (B23) as it passes through Normanville, July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

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