At Kleinig's Hill Lookout, is a beautiful Whale sculpture. The Ngarrindjeri and Pitjantjatjara people and the local community all contributed to the project as a part of the reconciliation process.It is made of mosaic
There are tonnes of fun things to do in Hayborough & Hayborough's surrounds. Thingdoer is where Hayborough locals share their favourite Hayborough things to do and with 20+ activities suggested, all the best Hayborough things to do are here, there are free and discounted Hayborough activities alongside indulgent Hayborough things to do. You will find the fun Hayborough thing to do you're looking in this activity collection. If your favourite thing to do in Hayborough isn't listed, join Hayborough's thingdoers and share your things.
Riding a bike is a great way to get around and see Middleton, Surf & Sun have bike hire available from our shop at Middleton.We offer hires from half a day to a full day and you can keep them overnight as
Depart from the Granite Island Causeway for an exhilarating 45-minute boat ride. Visit Seal Island to view Seals and Sea Lions as well as nesting seabirds. Then head towards Wright Island to hear the Whaling History of
See spectacular scenery & sea birds See Seal Island, Wright Island & Waitpinga Cliffs See Sea Lions, Fur Seals & Dolphins Whales may be seen (seasonal) Exhilarating ocean adventure See spectacular scenery & sea
I haven't been to the Peguin Centre, but I have seen Penguins in the wild, in the daytime on Granite Island.I believe the Penguin population has been decreasing, so it is good the Penguin centre gives a home to sick and
Just near the bridge to Granite Island you will see the camels on the beach. Take a ride along the foreshores of the harbour a fabulous way to see a little more of Victor Harbor.
If you go to Victor Harbour, you can't miss the long boardwalk out to Granite Island. Catch the old horse drawn carriage over to the island, and spend the day exploring all the crack and crevices, looking for fairy
Go for a sail aboard "Sanity". This tours from Screwpile Jetty on Granite Island.It sails the Fleurieu Peninsula waters around Victor Harbour.The tour is approximately 3 hours long..and you can see seals,dolphins and of
As you are walking the 1.2 kilometre walk around Granite Island, the ocean will just force you to stop and watch for ages...You will see the calm bays and the force of the Southern Ocean...Its free to do...and can occupy
The walk around Granite Island is quite interesting. It is a 1.5km walk around the perimeter, walking past many giant boulders and seeing great views of the Ocean. I have done it many times and never tire of looking at
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
If you stopped at Kleinig's Lookout, you most probably would have noticed this big house that looks like something from Europe.Driving down a little further down the hill, a road on the RH side leads to Adare House.
For some awesome scenery take a walk on the “Heysen Trail” which can be connected to just past the Bluff or at Parsons beach or Newland Headlands.(A must do). You can walk this track to Cape Jervis but it takes a couple
This prominent headland is formed of granite. The granite originated when magma was squeezed up from deep in the continental crust during the mountain building episode which occurred about 500 million years ago. This is
Walk the causeway or catch the horse drawn tram. This is a great easy walk for all family. See whales, fairy penguins, dolphins or just enjoy the view.
Beside the seaside, we sure are at Victor Harbour, problem is, the beach is covered in a colossal amount of seaweed. Even some Birds, like the Lapwing Plover nest in it!There still is sand for the children to make their