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Strathalbyn is a very popular destination for visitors from Adelaide and further afield. It’s the gateway to the Fleurieu and a great stopping off point before venturing further afield.

Visitors to Strathalbyn can see many fine examples of it’s rich history, with an abundance of heritage buildings (dating from 1839) that are still being used today.

One of the must-do activities when visiting Strathalbyn is to enjoy the rich history of our past in the many antique stores located in and around High Street. You’ll find a treasure trove of antiques and collectables all within walking distance.

The Soldiers Memorial Gardens, and the Angas River, is located in the middle of town, and is the perfect spot for a walk, a picnic or just to enjoy the view.

Strathalbyn Visitor Information Centre

Visitors to Strathalbyn can get lots of local information about the town, Langhorne Creek and other centres in the Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island at the Visitor Information Centre. You can find the centre in the historic Railway Station, located right in the middle of Strathalbyn at 20 South Terrace.  Ph: 1300 007 842.

The Centre is open every day from 9am to 5pm during the week and from 10am to 4pm on the weekend and on public holidays (Closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday). The visitor information service is staffed by friendly volunteers and run by the Alexandrina Council.

Town Brochure with Map

The Strathalbyn & Lakes Tourism Association has produced a map of the town that includes information about key businesses & organisations – Town Brochure.