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The closest ‘clothing optional’ beach to Adelaide. Maslin Beach is ocated 45 km away from the city centre. The drive down to the beach takes you through the scenic Morphett Vale, and there are plenty of car parks conveniently located near the sea.
Nude-bathing is only allowed on the Southern half of the beach, about one a half km of coastline in total. Nice and sandy, surrounded by cliffs – very picturesque.
South Australia is renowned for its fantastic beach facilities, and Maslin Beach has plenty to offer guests – there are toilets, showers and cafes nearby.
Unlike Queensland, naturism is allowed here – so you don’t have to worry about getting chased away by the authorities. Now get your kit off and relax!
A nudist beach located about 220 km from Adelaide by car – quite far away, but worth the drive. It’s right next door to the Pelican Point Nudist Resort, and is renowned for its fantastic surf which attracts plenty of thrill seekers.
No public facilities here, so feel free to pitch up a tent and go canoeing, surfing, hitchhiking – all naked, of course. Just be careful to wear protection, the rocks can be quite sharp in places.
Situated 350 km away from Adelaide, between the towns of Beachport and Robe. This is a large beach with beach with plenty of sand dunes, a picturesque coral area and occasional treacherous tides.
The nude section of the beach is located near the Sunland Holiday Village – which also offers nude camping if you want to stay the night.