$10 million seaside precinct in South Australia to offer authentic Greek cuisine 


A new retail, residential and holiday precinct in South Australia has now opened for business, featuring a new Greek beachfront restaurant.

The precinct, ‘Sands on Sellicks’ is located on the Fleurieu Peninsula and offers ocean views which can be seen across the St Vincent Gulf and Sellicks Hill range.

The Advertiser shared that the building is made up of five two-level, three-bedroom terrace residences with saunas and private balconies above the Sellicks Beach Post Office and The General at Sellicks.

Daniel Dello-Iacovo
Daniel Dello-Iacovo is a board member at the St Peters Girls’ School and the Managing Director & Founder of Trice. Photo: St Peters Girls’ School.

Managing director and founder of Trice, the project and development management group responsible for Sands on Sellicks, Daniel Dello-Iacovo said he was delighted to announce the completion of the project.

“(We) extend our sincere thanks to the Sellicks Beach community for their patience through the construction phase,” he said.

At Sands on Sellicks, an authentic Greek food taverna and takeaway – Ithaca is currently operating in a pop-up van and will soon have its official opening as a restaurant.

It will be Fleurieu’s first Greek beachfront restaurant.

“Nothing fits better into this stunning seaside location than an authentic Greek taverna,” Ithaca co-owner Johnny Karanicolas said.

“From sensational seafood, served simply and with love, to fast classics like yiros – we’ll be catering to destination diners along with beachgoers looking for a delicious snack.”

Mr Dello-Iacovo said he hopes Sands on Sellicks will attract locals and visitors to the “spectacular” part of South Australia. 

“Whether you’re after an ice cream for the kids, picking up a parcel delivery, or want to sit down with friends to tuck into a Greek feast served up with incredible views, the mix of retailers at Sands on Sellicks will make everyday life easier,” he said.

Source: The Advertiser.




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