Victor Harbor is a quaint coastal town often known for it's quirky art gallery culture. Located perfectly on the Fleurieu Peninsula, Victor Harbor has long been a favourite holiday destination for South Australians. Enjoy the town's coastline with stunning view over the clear blue ocean, walk along the sandy beach or visit the neighbouring McLaren Vale wine region or national parks.
The Fleurieu has over 60 cellar door wineries from which to choose, many with restaurants, all offering the opportunity to taste some of Australia's best wines and fantastic regional cuisine. Quaint little roadside stalls or weekend markets sell fresh seasonal produce, testament to the prosperous Mediterranean climate that the region experiences.
The region's wildlife is diverse; from migratory birds and native Australian animals to Southern Right Whales. Little penguins nest on Granite 'Penguin' Island every evening of the year. Kangaroos bounce all over the hillsides in more than 20 national parks. The Coorong National Park is renowned for its migratory waders and the Onkaparinga Estuary, Aldinga Scrub and areas around Mount Compass, Goolwa and Hindmarsh Island also get bird watchers twitching.