Tours in Victor Harbor
There are a number of must-do tours in Victor Harbor on offer which are highly accessible to all. Visitors of all ages can soak up the sun on a boat tour and spot sea lions, dolphins, and whales gracing the turquoise shores of Victor Harbor.
Families and nature lovers can also feed a friendly alpaca on a tour at Softfoot Farm, or experience a night tour where they can spot native Australian wildlife like kangaroos or adorable potoroos in the glow of the moonlight.
Thrill-seekers can abseil down The Bluff, and hear the rush of the mighty ocean pounding onto the rocks beneath them. If that’s not thrilling enough, they can get their adrenaline pumping on the Waitpinga Quad Bike Tour, where they can marvel at the ocean views from the top of rolling hills and navigate their way over rugged creek beds and sandy bush trails while taking in the fresh country air.
For a more relaxing afternoon, visitors can hop on board the Cockle Train and tour Victor Harbor’s coastline, or visit the nearby Port Elliot or historic Goolwa. Or, they can cycle along the coast to Granite Island and hop on board the horse-drawn tram to marvel at the island’s natural wonders.
Tourist Attractions in Victor Harbor
There are enough attractions in Victor Harbor to fill several days with adventure. Aside from the beach, bush, and sightseeing, you can’t miss a visit to one of the Victor Harbor markets. Wander amongst the clutter of stalls at the Victor Harbor Artisan Market selling homemade wares, local produce and gifts. Or, pick up some fresh product at the Victor Harbor Farmers’ Markets.
Granite Island is worth an afternoon trip just to see the waves crashing onto the magnificent granite boulders and the seals, sea lions and dolphins playing in the waters below.
If you’re a keen golfer, McCracken Country Club is a must – not to mention the adjacent resort on the property offers luxurious accommodation and delicious dining options. Taste more local fresh produce at Swagman Country Dining or visit the Lost Phoenix Farm for lunch or sample gins at the distillery on site.
If you’re seeking to reconnect with nature, why not watch the water cascading down the rocks at Hindmarsh Falls? You could even enjoy a picnic while listening to the sound of bird calls resonating through the forest. On a rainy day, take refuge in the historic Victa Cinemas, swing by one of the local art galleries, or try your hand at axe throwing.
- Wheelchair Access – Victor Harbor National Trust Museum – 1
- Victor Harbor Holiday and Cabin Park – self-contained
- Wheelchair Access – Victor Harbor Holiday and Cabin Park – 1