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About Normanville Getaway

Welcome to Normanville Getaway, your home away from home. The house is located only 200 metres back from Normanville and Carrickalinga beaches with views of the Fleurieu Coast from the balcony.

Our house is beautifully appointed with all the mod cons to make your stay carefree and enjoyable. The kitchen is fully equipped with filtered water from the kitchen tap, many appliances such as filtered coffee machine, microwave, sandwich press, blender, microwave, kettle and toaster. The appliances are located in the pantry.

Relax upstairs with a comfy lounge, large flat screen and electric fireplace for winter evenings. There is Chromecast to the living room and master bedroom and Netflix channels are also available. Take in the country views from the balcony, with a large dining table, lounge area and Weber electric BBQ, which cooks sensational steaks and sausages! You can even watch the galahs in the adjacent tree in the evening.

Local shops, Foodland supermarket, takeaway pizza and the Normie Pub are all walking distance from the house. The Normanville Surf Life Saving Club is right on the beach, and is the best place for a cold beer or wine on the balcony whilst enjoying the sunset.

We hope you enjoy your stay at Normanville Getaway and that you fall in love with the beautiful Fleurieu Coast as much as we have.

Our Vision

Our aim is to provide you with the most luxurious place to stay in the Fleurieu Coast with everything that you need to make your stay perfect. We want to create lasting memories for you and hope to see you return again to the area to explore and experience new things.

Our Moreton Bay Fig Tree History

We chose this location because of the magnificent Moreton Bay Fig Tree growing at the front of the house. The Moreton Bay Fig Trees along Jetty Road are a little over 100 years old now.

Each tree was planted in 1915 by the local council to represent soldiers that volunteered from the Normanville and Yankalilla areas to fight in the ANZAC war in Gallipoli. Many of these soldiers never returned.

The Moreton Bay Fig Trees growing along Jetty Road celebrated their 100 Year Anniversary of planting in 2015. Our particular Moreton Bay Fig Tree is very special to us and a symbol of all soldiers who have fought for Australia over many years and to those who sacrificed their lives.

The tree is a favourite resting and nesting spot for the local Galah population, as well as other birdlife in the area. It also provides cool shade in the summer months as well as shelter from winter weather. We hope you enjoy “Moreton” as much as we do.

We Love Reviews

We pride ourselves on a five star stay, and our aim to leave you with wonderful memories and great experiences.

We stayed for a week and loved the view of Fleurieu wildlife from the balcony in the evenings. The local birds nested in the Morton Bay fig tree and we watched the kangaroos playing in the paddocks across the road. The evening sky is so full of stars too.
Robyn Walker
Clean and comfortable with great amenities and very welcoming. The rooms are spacious and the views are amazing. So close to the beach, it is nice to walk to the Kiosk for a lovely dinner and watch the sunset from the beach. Can't wait to come back again.
Rickie Fuller
It was so nice to visit Normanville Getaway and relax on the balcony. The area is so clean and nice, the house provided everything we needed too. We love the rooms and how nice it is to watch the sunset over the ocean, it is a beautiful place to relax and unwind.
Mandy Evans
Clean and comfortable with great amenities and very welcoming. The rooms are spacious and the views are amazing. So close to the beach, it is nice to walk to the Kiosk for a lovely dinner and watch the sunset from the beach. Can't wait to come back again.
Rickie Fuller