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You can find the Glenelg Visitors Centre right on the foreshore at the heart of Glenelg. All the local information you need for visiting here can be found there plus they have some very good displays of Glenelg back in the early days. Glenelg certainly...More
Just off the beach front and we’ll sign posted the Glenelg visitors centre is very welcoming place to visit.
The volunteers that work here are happy to lend a hand with suggestions and brochures on the district. Along with first hand information answering any questions...More
A relatively small visitor's centre staffed by enthusiastic and well informed volunteers with the provision of a good selection of brochures including two entitled " Historic Glenelg" a self guided walk and "Mansion of Glenelg", a self guided walk of Glenelg's historic mansions.
Initially just killing time on Moseley Square we were curios about Glenelg Visitor Center. They were almost closing on Friday afternoon but they took interest in us and we got the free street map we needed.
Stopped off and were advised that toilets were upstairs next to the museum. Had a look at the displays and they were very interesting and well worth taking the time to visit. Plenty of items to look at and movies about the history. Staff are...More
Located in the town hall in Moseley Square, we found a good selection of tourist brochures on display including a free street map of Glenelg that we needed. We were also given advice on car parks in the area. A small number of gifts and...More
This is a terrific visitor's centre that includes a remarkable amount of information about the history of Glenelg - including a reproduction dwelling made by the custodians of the land.
The staff were friendly and knowledgeable.
The Town Hall was attractive, thanks to the dark brown bricks as well as the white bricks. It even has a steeple with a clock at the very top. This is an elegant edifice!
There were many palm trees around the Town Hall.
This is far more than an information centre. It has a good, retro style cafe, a gallery with the history of Little River, and upstairs, an excellent Museuam with a fascinating display on the history of Glenelg and aspects of the area- beach, important people...More