Steep coastal cliffs, natural beauty, local history and fascinating geological formations help make Second Valley one of the most scenic spots in the state of South Australia. It is popular for fishing, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Located 91 kilometres from Adelaide, Second Valley is really the tale of two little towns - the still growing beachside holiday hamlet snuggled out of the wind with a caravan park and store, and the old farming settlement further up the creek at Randalsea. Second Valley is sleepy these days - the school's been closed for a half century, the general store's long gone, but the historic Leonard’s Mill Hotel still operates as a licensed restaurant and bar.
SECOND VALLEY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION
Founded in 2003, the Second Valley Progress Association works hard to ensure that the facilities in the district are maintained and improved. The Association also takes an interest in the local history and the natural resource assets associated with the beach and the environment.
All residents are invited to join the Association and we welcome your support.