Consultation Outcome

As part of the State Government’s commitment to the Road Safety Action Plan 2023-25, a review of speed limits on beaches was conducted earlier this year and a decision has now been reached.

Following consultation with the community, councils, and expert stakeholders, including South Australia Police, a decision was reached to reduce the default speed limit to 40km/h and 25km/h within 50 metres of a person.

From Friday, 1 December 2023 the new default beach speed limits will be 40km/hour and 25km/hour within 50m of a person, unless otherwise signposted. Fines and demerit points will apply for exceeding these limits.

In the interest of road safety, the Department for Infrastructure and Transport previously approved 10km/h speed limits for Moana, Aldinga and Sellicks beaches.

To learn more visit the THINK! Road Safety website

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Consultation has concluded

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