Victor Harbour has quite a few heritage buildings, and these can be found by picking up the brochure from the Information centre on the Heritage Trail.
The trail starts in Flinders Parade, at the old Custom's House, and then is walked over a fairly compact area.
As usual, the Hotel's in the town are quite old and big!
One building that I thought was very impressive, was the Newland Memorial church. It looks more like a government building than a Church.
The Church was built in 1839, and was named the Newland Memorial Church in honour of the founder who died in an accident in 1864. This building is now part of the Church Hall. The building today, is another that was built in 1927, as the congregation had outgrown the other Church.
Like all Australian Churches, you can't see the inside unless you are there for a Church Service.