What kind of place is Victor Harbour?
- Anonymous9 months agoFavourite answer
It's a small town along the Fleurieu Peninsula (Website*)
quite busy at peak season with tourists there are quite
a few good pubs ("hotels") and a fantastic causeway to
Granite Island where you can go by horse drawn tram to
see Penguins in the rocks (at certain times very delicately)
Victor Harbour is more a district really with outlying areas
well worth visiting like The Bluff and Glacler Rock (Cafe)
There are some good caravan and campsites too near plenty
of shops both regular (supermarkets) and quaint and a market
Victor as affectionately known is a few hours drive from Adelaide
and there is a bus service from the City to Victor Harbour as wellSource(s): Lived Adelaide aged 9 y/o to 17 y/o parents had a caravan at "Victor"