Welcome to the Normanville Hotel
What's On
Summary of upcoming events
Dates Event Talent & Details FWC Event Link
16th April 2015 - Present Art exhibition Richard Musgrave-Evans (artist). Entry is free - open access. Richard Musgrave-Evans
25th October 2015 (1-3 PM) Lunch & show Peter Goers & Anne Wills (featuring the Wills Sisters). Book tickets at the Visitor Information Centre. Peter Goers & Anne Wills
22nd November 2015 (4-6 PM) Afternoon Event Fiona McIntosh (writer) Fiona McIntosh
February 2016 Dinner show Fiona O'Loughlin Fiona O'Loughlin
  • Lunch with Peter Goers and Anne Wills ft. The Wills Sisters
    25th Oct 2015
    1 PM
    Peter Goers and Anne Wills Ad
    Lunch with Peter Goers & Anne Wills
    Entry: By Ticket
    Price: $50 Per Person, Ticket includes dinner + show. Part proceeds to the Festival Fleurieu Future Fund
    Contact: Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre @ 8558 0240

    Peter Goers OAM is an actor, director, reviewer and radio personality. He is very well known in the entertainment industry having enjoyed a career spanning over 40 years including television, print, theatre and radio. Peter is the current host of the radio program The Evening Show on local ABC radio.

    Willsy is a well-known television and radio personality. She began her career with NWS9 presenting the weather but soon appeared on Adelaide Tonight with Ernie Signly. She has appeared on many National TV programmes in her career: Celebrity Squares, Password, Beauty And The Beast, Graham Kennedy’s “In Melbourne Tonight”, The Bert Newton Show And Good Morning Australia. She has won 19 logies for Most Popular Personality, more than any other personality in Australia.

    Appearing together for one show only on the Fleurieu Coast, Peter & Anne are set to deliver a memorable show.
  • Richard Musgrave-Evans Art Exhibition
    Open Daily
    11 AM
    Richard Musgrave-Evans
    Richard Musgrave-Evans
    Entry Free
    Contact: Normanville Hotel @ 8558 3200

    Richard Musgrave-Evans is a contemporary en plein air realist. He is a self-taught, full time professional artist living in South Australia. He works direct from the subject, recording a fleeting moment, with true colours and light effects. His work is represented in galleries across Australia and in both corporate and private collections.
About Us

About The Normy

The Normanville Hotel was established in 1851 by Dr Robert Norman, making it one of South Australia’s oldest Hotels. It is also one of the longest continuously family operated hotels in South Australia, having been owned and operated by members of our family since 1973. It continues to be an important local landmark and meeting place for locals and visitors to the region alike.

“The Normy” (as it is known locally) offers a wide range of services including dining, functions, bars, accommodation, gaming, off-premise sales, wine-tasting, art displays and entertainment. We are strongly committed to the provision of responsible service of alcohol and gambling services.

We have a continuing focus on showcasing fresh, quality products sourced from local Fleurieu Coast suppliers. Our chefs delight in using quality local products in our delicious meals and our bottleshop continues to feature wines from the Southern Fleurieu Wine Region.
Outside the Normy
Outside of the Normanville Hotel
The Festival Fleurieu
The Normanville Hotel is a proud supporter of the Festival Fleurieu

Social and Environmental Responsibility

We were proud to be the principal partner of the 2015 Festival Fleurieu. We are a regular sponsor and supporter of many local sporting and community groups. We host charity collection tins in the bar and bottle-shop and engage in activities to raise money for selected charities.

We also strive to reduce our ecological footprint through our operations including reducing food- miles through local purchasing of stock, recycling, installation of solar panels and use of renewable firewood supplies.

About Normanville

Normanville (postcode 5204) is a small coastal holiday town in the Fleurieu Coast, South Australia. The Bungala River flows through the town and the mouth of the river is located at the Normanville foreshore.

The town has a rich heritage and was founded by a dentist named Dr Robert Norman in 1850. The Hotel was one of the first buildings in the town. The town eventually grew to become a successful wheat exporting area, using the nearby jetty at the current Normanville Beach as a port for ships. Today, with its lovely clean sandy beach, Normanville is a popular summer holiday destination. In recent years and in response to the rise in tourism, the town has seen growth in the number, range and quality of food and accommodation services offered.

The foreshore at Normanville, South Australia
The Fleurieu Peninsula
The Fleurieu Coast, Western Fleurieu Peninsula

The Fleurieu Coast

Normanville lies close to many tourist attractions including:

  • Popular Fleurieu Coast beaches such as Normanville, Carrickalinga, Myponga Beach, Second Valley and Rapid Bay
  • Local golf courses at Normanville and Wirrina
  • Deep Creek Conservation Park
  • Myponga Reservoir
  • Ingallala Falls
  • Historic and art trails

The Fleurieu Coast region extends from Sellicks to Cape Jervis and Inman Valley to the coast. It is an area of around 750 square km of mainly grazing land with pine forests and conservation reserves. The residential population is about 4,500 but this number swells over summer with holiday makers.

The main transport route to Kangaroo Island passes through the Fleurieu Coast.

The Fleurieu Coast region offer many excellent activities for holiday makers including sightseeing, bushwalking, golfing, fishing, diving, swimming, snorkelling and camping.

To find out more about the Fleurieu Coast region, check out Fleurieu West Connect and the Visitor Information Centre
Dining At The Normy

A La Carte Dining

Our dining areas offer a friendly & comfortable place to enjoy a meal and/or a drink in the company of family & friends.

In 2003, the Hotel was redeveloped to maintain the historical richness and beauty of the hotel while expanding and modernising the dining areas. The outdoor eating area was added in 2013. In all modern works, the building stone was carefully selected to match the original hotel walls.

We offer A la carte dining with vegetarian, gluten free and children’s options available. Current menus are also posted on our facebook page.

Our delicious meals are freshly prepared in the hotel kitchen using quality local food products.

Indoor & outoor dining at "Georgies"
The Bev Room
The Beverly Room

Our Dining Areas

The Normanville Hotel is open for lunch (12-2) and dinner (5.30-8), seven days a week.

The main dining areas are:

  • “Georgies” – outdoor dining area/beer garden seats approx. 80 people and is very popular during the warmer months of the year
  • Front & Lounge Bar - comfortable and informal, seats approx. 50 people
  • Beverley Restaurant – seats approx. 50 people
  • Function Room – seats approx. 70 people
  • Private Dining Room – seats 14 people

Our Bars

The Lounge & Front Bars open at 11 am daily. The front bar is a very social place. It was refurbished in 2013 and features a juke box, pool table, television & for winter, a cosy fire place.

The Function Bar operates when required to service the dining room & function room.
The Front Bar
The Front Bar
Sip'n'Save discount bottleshop


The Bottle shop is part of the Sip'n'Save discount liquor banner group but it retains a distinctive local flavour. A prominent display of local Southern Fleurieu wines has been a feature of the shop for many years. It also includes a wide selection of McLaren Vale wines as well as several from other wine regions.

The fortnightly specials program runs throughout the year and includes on many popular brands.

The latest specials can always be found on the dedicated Sip'n'Save website.


Contact our friendly staff on (08) 8558 3200 to discuss your function with us!

The 2 large dining rooms can be opened up to create one even larger function space with plenty of seating for large groups up to about 130. The large dining area with dance floor makes the room a fabulous entertainment venue. The Hotel is the perfect location for your next function or family gathering.

Small Function Room

If you are hosting a smaller show, we also have a smaller, private function room with seating for up to 15.
Main Function Room
Functions at the Normanville Hotel
Normy Cabins
Normy Cabins


The hotel has four cabins that suit singles or couples.

The cabins are currently being refurbished - bookings have been suspended until the refurbishment is completed.


Casino Room
The Casino Room

Entertainment Cont.

Pool Room
Our pool table
Contact Us

Contact Details

A: 46 Main Rd. Normanville SA 5204
P: (08) 8558 3200
F: (08) 8558 3538
E: Message us on Facebook

Opening Hours






Monday -
10AM - 6:30PM 11AM - Late 12PM - 2PM 5:30PM - 8PM
Thursday -
10AM - 7:30PM 11AM - Late 12PM - 2PM 5:30PM - 8PM
Sunday 11AM - 6PM 11AM - Late 12PM - 2PM 5:30PM - 8PM
Public Holiday 10AM - 6PM 11AM - Late 12PM - 2PM 5:30PM - 8PM
* Opening hours may be extended during warmer months