About Adelaide Shores
Adelaide Shores is a 135 hectare tourism and recreation reserve on Adelaide's West Beach. The precinct offers a range of facilities, with a mix of commercial and community services:
- Coast Park
- Cafe and dining venues
- Skate and BMX Park
- Sports grounds.
The February 2013 edition of Business in Focus magazine contains a profile on Adelaide Shores.
The West Beach Trust (marketed as Adelaide Shores) is a statutory authority created under South Australia’s West Beach Recreation Reserve Act 1987 to manage the reserve and its associated facilities. The West Beach Trust Board comprises representatives of the 3 local Councils and independent members.
Adelaide Shores’ vision is to become:
South Australia’s most popular destination for holidays, events and sport
The Adelaide Shores Strategic Plan 2012-2015 provides the framework from which annual business plans drive the actions to achieve this vision.
Adelaide Shores has approximately 100 full-time equivalent employees, led by Chief Executive Officer Kate Williams.
Adelaide Shores receives no Government funding for operating purposes and funds its recurrent and capital expenditures through operating surpluses from commercial operations. Download our recent Annual Reports here: