Port Willunga at the top of the Fleurieu Peninsula, on the coast of Gulf St Vincent, has a sandy white beach curving along the coast beneath yellow cliffs. Pigeons live in the pock-marked cliff face.
Peeking over the edge of the cliff top is the Star of Greece restaurant , which was named for an early shipwreck off of this treacherous piece of coast. Sections of the hull of the Star of Greece, which came to grief in 1888, remain on the ocean floor and make for a popular diving spot. At low tide parts of the wreck may still be visible from the shore.