Semaphore to Fort Glanville Tourist Railway

The National Railway Museum operates a 2km long 457 mm gauge railway from Semaphore to Fort Glanville which departs from the foot of the jetty at the end of the popular Semaphore Road cafe strip, and parallels the Esplanade and the sand dunes of one of Adelaide’s most popular swimming beaches, before passing through the… Read More »

Semaphore Carousel

The colourful Semaphore Carousel was built in by Len Northey in 1928 and moved to Semaphore around 1938. The carousel is managed by the Rotary Club of Henley Beach to raise money for local and international charities. It is believed to be the largest operating carousel in Australia with 40 handcrafted wooden horses with most other rides like… Read More »