Welcome. Friends of Port Willunga is a not-for-profit group of residents and property owners in the beautiful seaside suburb of Port Willunga.

We are dedicated to preserving and enhancing its natural and built environment, as well as its rich heritage, both indigenous and post-settlement. In so doing, we aim to build community by uniting neighbours in pursuit of shared goals.

We seek to convey the concerns and aspirations of residents to local, state and federal government. We maintain effective working relationships with the City of Onkaparinga and other state and federal bodies, seeking input to planning decisions from inception to completion and beyond.

Friends of Port Willunga is also vitally concerned for the preservation of the character of the entire Willunga Basin region, through co-operation with other community groups such as the Friends of Willunga Basin, the McLaren Vale Biodiversity Project, Friends of Aldinga Scrub and the Willunga Basin Trail.

Read more about us here, see what’s happening on our Facebook and Instagram page, and check out our latest newsletter.

Please join us if you care about Port Willunga.

Full membership is available to residents and property owners, and associate membership to those who support our concerns and objectives.

Port Willunga Jetty
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Friends of Port Willunga Inc.


11am SUNDAY 17 January 2021, Aldinga Institute Hall, Old Coach Road, Aldinga. Please come along and welcome guest speaker Andy Wark, Senior Urban Forest Officer, City of Onkaparinga.

All welcome but please RSVP so we can keep track of numbers for COVID 19 management. RSVP Christine James csjamespw@gmail.com

Members can join and renew online or at the AGM. Read our latest Newsletter here