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 three local Councils and independent members. The Adelaide Shores Precinct covers 135 hectares of beachfront land and comprises two accommodation properties, two public golf courses, diverse competition level sporting facilities, meeting and events venues, a boat haven and a broad range of lessees.
Adelaide Shores’ vision is to become:
“Adelaide Shores is a world-class tourism, sport and recreation precinct, providing exceptional leisure experiences.”
The Adelaide Shores Strategic Plan 2016-2020 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.
To learn more about the about the Adelaide Shores Precinct, view our brochure below.